without demoing it, when trying to decide on a new racquet? I know some of you don't have any choice b/c demoing isn't available where you are, but for those of you for whom demoing is available, do you ever just go for it anyway and buy something hoping you'll like it, or will learn to like it? I can demo, and I do, but I get tired of it. I get tired of trying 4, then having to wait a week for them to be sent back, and then wait a few more days to get the new demos. I'm not complaining about the demo system itself. It's great what TW has setup. This is my own problem -- my own impatience. I freely admit that. Still, I just want to be done with it. I just want to pick something that I think I'll like, buy it and then learn to like it. Do any of you ever do that? The Fischer M Pro 1 98 has my eye b/c it is SO CHEAP right now, b/c it is flexy (which I want), is fairly heavy, and has an open string pattern. What's not to like? Those are all the qualities I want in a racquet. Plus, I have a Fischer bag, so they would match! I'm being silly I know and really just ranting for my own benefit, but I suspect there are others of you like me out there. Would love to hear from you.