I got one on the forums undemoed because I was unhappy with my LM rad during my last league schedule and wanted to make a change (or try something new). I got it strung with Gamma Challenger 16 at 58 lbs. and hit my first balls with it last night. My opponent canceled on me so my league director came up with a sub to play me. I am in the lower half of my 3.5 league and the sub they came up with was a member of the 4.0 traveling team. Neat...I thought it might get ugly. I only played the best tennis I've ever played. I did end up going down 8-4 but I was thrilled with my performance and the Mfil-300 suits me far far better than the LM rad. The final game, we must have hit ten dueces....all out war. 1. I went to a bigger grip size (4 5/8) than I've ever used before. I like it...made for more stability apparently. The LM rad used to twist in my hand on off center hits. I'm not sure the Mfil-300 twisted on me even one single time...very stable racquet. I also had far fewer miss-hits than with the LM rad....balance issue? 2. Considerably more power when you reach for it. I could never get much power from the LM rad. When I reached back for a little more last night, it was there while not comprimising in control. I seemed to be able to hit wherever I wanted, as hard as I wanted. 3. Volleys (although I still lack in this area skill wise) found more touch than I ever got from the LM rad...the ball always seemed to die on me when I'd try a drop or soft volley. Not so with the Mfil-300...it did the ball exactly as I wanted it. 4. Serves just seemed to be there in a way they never were when I was rocking the LM rad. Perhaps it was the bigger grip, which seems to suit me much better. Great power and control on the serve...I only double faulted once and got so confident that I never really resorted to overly "safe" second serves. Now yes, I've only played with the racquet for about 1.5 hours but the writing seems to be right there on the wall. At least for me, the Mfil-300 far outweighs the LM rad, so much so that I'm probably going to try to trade the rad for another Mfil-300 on these forums. The LM is not a bad racquet it just doesn't seem to suit me for whatever reason. Mfil-300=the stick that is going to accompany me on my journey to fulfilling my destiny...a tennis championship.