Hey all, I currently use the GSP, and it is a great racquet. However, after using it for more than a year and a half, I am looking for a new one. There aren't a whole ton of dislikes for my racquet, otherwise I definitely wouldn't have used it for this long of a time. I am hoping to switch to another Head frame, but I will let people comment if they really believe that there is another frame I should give a try. I might not listen, but you can definitely drop the name of a racquet that you think is somewhat similar. This previous week, I hit the Radical Pro and thought it was a great fit. A Head frame, check. A stiffer frame, check. I actually purchased a pair of these frames and played a tournament with them. My results were quite disappointing and did not reflect my initial feelings with the frame. At first, I was enjoying the extra pop the frame gave and in practice sessions, was able to rein in the power more often than not. As a user of tight string patterns all my life and a player who hits very linear and flat directional balls, it seems like the 16/19 string pattern just does not allow me to keep as many balls as I would like in the court and it just caused me to be a bit more erratic. My overall take away with the Radical Pro, is that I would have to change my swing path to achieve the level of control I am accustomed to. I hit with the Prestige MP today and it was strung up with something that must have been in the low 40s because I couldn't keep the ball in the court and that's not the response the Prestige line has. I know the Prestige has changed with the new model, but I used to use the Flexpoint Prestige and it was my trusty racquet of choice for multiple years. I am not ruling out this frame. I will be testing it more this week. Some other Head frames I have tried but aren't so high on are the Speed MP, the Extreme Pro, and the Prestige Pro (not a fan at all of leather grips) Again, still looking for that new Head frame to switch to, but I will entertain the idea of a different brand if it is similar enough to Speed Pro.