It seems that the most important aspect of any stick is the flex rating-cause this cannot really be modded. We can change the balance/swingweight/ ect with mods-but we cant really change the flew layup. That being said-I'm wondering what peoples thoughts are on flex- what differences does flex make on a racket? Low flex rating, say < 60 -- what are the advantages/ disadvantages when compared to: higher flex rating, say > 60 I know on my Dunlop Bio 200, the flex rating is low-like 57. I can definately feel this -and I really like it. It makes the racket feel soft and plush- a very good feeling. However, I think that it may also reduce the power and cuase me to hit weak shots taht land in the middle of the court- or even worse- inside the service line. This gives my opponents opportunities to rush the net. I love the Dunlop with the exception of this problematic area. I have tried diferent string setups-even tried full multi at 57-which did give it some pop-but it did not really fis the power issue. I would like to try dunlop bio 300 tour--I noticed that the flex rating is much higher--64 I think. What difference will this make?