POG OS is discontinued and, for those of us not in the States, not easy to source (TW is the only on-line store I'll use). So, if I decide to stick with a 12oz+ oversize, the Donnay is my only logical option (the Avery is too expensive to take a punt on). That said, I'm not really sure that it'll be worth the trouble. I liked the weight of shot I got with the POG OS, the spin potential and the power. HOWEVER, what I loved about it was the combination of those three things. I don't want a racquet that gives me weight of shot but isn't spin friendly and I certainly don't want one that can't give me 'put-away' power. From what I've read of the Donnay Pro One OS, Im not entirely sure that it can give me that combination. Of course, I could be wrong about that, which is why I'm asking for opinions. So, if people could weigh in with their opinions of the Pro One OS as a viable replacement for the POG OS it'd be greatly appreciated.