I own and play with A LOT of different frames. My primary frames tend to be graphite based IE...Vacume Pro 90s, Various Pro Kennex, Wilson mid variations, Head XRCs etc. etc. I like them flexy and heavy. All vintage and many disussed here. Sometimes I do like to go have a hit with some of the old and even economy aluminum frames of the past. I like the Head edge, Spalding Rebel, Wilson Performer and Ace, Kennex Power ace, Various Princes etc. Yesterday I was out with the Wilson ACE (gold one). I am always surised how well it plays for such a cheap frame. It is aluminum so it does have that certain aluminum feel (as they all have)but it plays well. The only real complaint I have of the aluminum frames is I always need to add a lot of weight in the handle and head to get things somewhat right (my graphite frames are all over 14 ounces most of the time). Once I get them dialed in they are good to go. I can always hit volleys and serves on a dime with the wilson Aces. I am not saying I would move away from graphite but sometimes I find an older aluminum frame I like and get 2 or 3 because I use them for fun hits here and there. I actually used the Kennex power Aces as my primary for a few months last year just for the heck of it. They just felt really good for some reason (as do most old kennex frames). So what are some of your favorite soda can frames? Dont be shy. Even the old Price Oversizes have there place. Not my favorites but they play pretty well...for an oversize.