Maybe a lot of people will disagree, but I want to share my own personal experience with you all. To start off, I am a cheap mo fo, I do a lot of wall work and I didn't want to put a lot of wear and tear on my "player's racquets" (Head LM radical and a Volkl DNX 10), so I went to Walmart and bought a powerful, larger headed Wilson Impact, because of it's weight and balance, it actually feels similar to my other racquets. I use the Wilson Impact to practice against the wall and rally with players who are at a lower level than me. Here's what I noticed, in order to keep the ball in play and under control with the powerful racquet, it has actually helped my game with the less powerful player's racquets! Having to compensate for the power of the Wilson Impact, led me to change my swing path a little bit and that has helped my control with the less powerful racquets. It only takes me approximately 2 to 3 minutes to adjust to the change of racquets (from the powerful to the less powerful), but the effects are still there. I think this will help people who tend to hit through the ball more (flat/flat topspin trajectory). The balls that sailed long before , will now go in with excellent pace and spin. Has anyone else tried this? What are your thoughts on this?