I know it sounds crazy, especially to those of you who use / have used (I have not) and love the G325, but hear me out. Now, since the G325 is discontinued, I could not find the specs on TW, but I did see them here: http://************.com/gamma-g325-tennis-racquets-p-14054.html Are those spec accurate? I'm assuming yes, and much of what I have to say hinged upon that assumption. Gamma's web site has some specs but not all, and as I bing for information, I find all kinds of discrepancies, but from the best I can work with, here's what I've found about the two racquets: 325 Width: 19mm or 20mm (depending on where you get your specs) T-7 Width: 20mm 325 Headsize: 95 sq in T-7 Headsize: 100 sq in 325 Flex: 58 T-7 Flex: 57 (TW), 58 (********) 325 Length: 27 in T-7 Length: 27 in 325 Swingweight: 307 T-7 Swingweight: 313 (TW), 298 (********) 325 Strung weight: 12oz T-7 Strung weight: 11.4oz 325 Balance: 11pt headlight T-7 Balance: 6pt headlight If you grok the specs of the two, they're not shockingly different. Headsize jumps out at you, as does overall weight and balance. However, the overall weight and balance of the T-7 can match the G325 by adding the right amount of lead to the handle, no? In which case, the only major difference would be headsize. The more I analyze it, the more I feel like like the T-7 is like a reincarnated G325 that's been made a tad lighter with a slightly larger head. Seems like just adding lead to it gives you something darn close to what you'd have w/ the G325. Am I crazy? Or missing something really obvious?