My thoughts on both...The Exo 100 felt like a board. Could have been the demo strings but I couldn't feel the ball at all. I purchased the YT Rad Pro without demoing and immediately fell in love with it. I added some lead at the top of the grip and am now helplessly in love.
I loved how stiff the Exo 100 felt but it has a weird flexpoint that lends to the lack of feel. I couldn't get into a groove at all with it...forehand, backhand, serves or volleys. Can you tell I didn't like it??
The YT Rad on the other hand has pop on groundies, it's easy to control serving. I get good pace on flat serves and nice kick on spin serves. Oh I wish it had the 18x20 string pattern of the MP. I was most impressed with the Rad Pro's touch on volleys.
I am using the exo3 100 and thoroughly enjoy it. Havent used the YT so I cant comment on that. Dont know how you can say that you cant feel the ball with the 100, I love it, can feel the ball all the way. Mind you I use it with port holes and no dampner which gives you more feel than using a dampner.
Ljubi has said exactly what I wanted to say. I had a brain explosion. I have used many different racquets over the years and can finally say that I now enjoy playing tennis again. I find it very easy to create a heavy ball, especially the serve. The swingweight is more than what is stated on the racquet., and this was noticeable as soon as you pick up the racquet. I agree with Ljubi, that the crap strings that the racquet is strung with is just that - crap. My racquet is currently strung with Genesis Black Magic strings and I am totally enjoying the game again.
I played the EXO mid months ago, and I liked it. I had no overgrip on the thing (almost threw it a few times due to the slick calfskin..lol). My serves were real easy and the sweetspot felt incredible, but I did not completely love the racquet. I hear the midplus is far better though.
What is intriguing is that it is basically the Rad Pro with a thinner beam and is 100% graphite. So the transition is easy and wouldnt screw up my game much at all. If I get one, I will put up my unbiased comparison. It will be very tough to get me to switch from the Pro because it is such a great stick. But I love those straight thin beams and classic pure flexy graphite sticks.