1. The Snauwaert Vitas Gerulaitis, the red, silver and blue paintjob is a little loud, but I love the way the leather grip has Vitas' signature on it. The shaft of the racket has an interesting "indention" about two inches up from the grip. Made in Belgium. 2. The Snauwaert Brian Gottfried, a bit more subdued that it's cousin, the Gottfriend is a clean looking frame. Made in Belgium. 3. The Dunlop Maxply McEnroe, made in England, nice black leather grip offsets the somewhat loud red and orange accents on the head. 4. The Wilson Advantage. I used this frame when I was a sophomore in HS, Mahogany and Maple overlays, I got it because Dick Stockton was using it. 5. The Tony Trabert Professional by Pro Group, Inc. Made in Italy, but I don't know too much more about this frame. Trabert's autograph in the leather grip. 6. Prince Woodie, this was my college frame, I think this one came out in 1980, for those of us who weren't quite ready to switch to graphite.