I have 3 APDCs and love these racquets. My strings are broke on 2, so I pulled out my Tfight335 16x20 strung at 60# to hit with. I have always loved this stick. It is 12.4oz and much heavier then my APDC. Since I got the APDC, I have been playing 15-20 hours a week and have gotten much better. My forehand is finally a lot more consistent and I can put it anywhere I want. I can hit clean winners off the APDC with a ton of kick from topspin. So I am hitting with a guy who has played with me a lot and has told me I have a lot of kick on my forehand..more then about anyone else at our club. But I pull out the 335 and start hitting with it. I am killing the ball with this thing, and he says I have even more kick with the 335. We are trying to figure it out. I am swinging for the fences with the 335 and just getting huge and heavy winners on him. It's been months since I have it with it, and I am really liking the stick. It has a full poly job at 60#..kind of tight..I'd probably go to 58# if I restrung, but regardless the babs are hybrids. So my first tweak is to string the Babs at 56# full poly. Maybe that will make a difference. There is just something about the 335 that makes me wonder if my strokes have evolved and I can handle the weight now. I am going to play with it a lot more and then possibly lead up the Babs. I have no idea how I would go about it though if I decided to do that one day..and I am not sure if it would make a difference. The 335 is 10 points HL. The SW is 320. The beam is 21mm. I know of no new racquets that are close to this. Maybe the Head Prestige Pro or a Volkl? I really don't want to switch from the APDC. I will hit with the 335 more and let it work itself out. If I keep ripping it like this though, I may have to buy another one. It is a damn shame they don't make this racquet anymore. Anyway, to wrap up...I am getting a lot better and hitting with a ton of spin and power from the forehand and backhand. Does weight matter? Will it make a difference or was this in my head?