I use extreme eastern on my forehand, but I'm having a problem with depth/range. If I stay toe to toe with the baseline and take it on the rise, my forehand goes barely long or I keep hitting the tape on the net almost every time. I step back maybe a foot or two behind the baseline and my forehands have good clearance and good depth and I almost never hit the tape, unless it's a very very low ball. If I use semi-western grip on scenario a), I get much more spin but not as much penetration, leaving balls for my opponent to hit in their strikezone. If I use semi-western on scenario b), I'm not getting it deep, but halfway in between the baseline and service line. What should I do? It's very frustrating when I know I made solid contact and had a great swing on the ball, but then it keeps hitting the tape of the net, or it clears the net barely and lands out. I'm thinking about changing to semi-western full time, but I just don't get the pace/penetration + depth that I get with my extreme eastern.