I was out practicing some serves when a player approached me and asked me what grip I was using. I showed him and he said I should be using this instead -- he rotates my racquet a little bit. All this time I thought I was using the continental grip but apparently not! My index knuckle was on the edge in between bevels 2 and 3, however this makes me feel exactly if I were holding a hammer (properly). According to FYB and many other sources, my knuckle should be solely on bevel 2 (what that player showed me). However, the way I hold my grip (A), the knuckle and 'heel pad' are never exactly on the same bevel. When I put my knuckle on bevel 2, it feels as if I'm holding a slightly eastern backhand grip! If I were to use Grip B, my knuckle and heel pad would align, the racquet would orient exactly as I expect and I would've listened to a former instructor...but I feel it prevents me from really whipping my arm like Grip A allows. So now the questions (finally!): 1. Should I adopt Grip B? 2. Since my grip (A) is a bit different, the continental grip is knuckle between bevel 2 and 3? 3. Other insight? Thanks in advance.