I'm hoping Yonex doesn't put out any new player models for at least one year since we Yonexites are still getting used to the RDX, and need some serious rock-and-roll time. It takes time to fully exploit the possibilities of a racket like this. But like clockwork, Yonex will put out another one next year although I can't even begin to speculate what features it will have. The RDX was an evolution of the MP1 so my guess is that the next player model will be quite different. As I said, Yonex should use the specs of the RDTi70, enlarge it, take out some strings, change the paint job (the red original wasn't bad !). Whatever happens, you can bet it will be a hot item for discussion.