I've been stringing ever since I was 15 (19 now). I first started on my coaches Alpha crank, and then moved on to a a friends NEOS and finally got a machine for my 18th birthday from my family which was a Combo 6010 (a fine stringer, if I say so my self). I know eagnas is considered sub par, but Victor has always treated me well, since I have one of his top notch stringers. Over the years I estimate, Ive done maybe 250-300 rackets 100-120 being my own, the others being mom and dads, or some team mates rackets from USTA and HS teams. I've strung all different rackets from all the major brands (excluding yonex), and done one piece, two piece, ATW, o3 ports, all sorts of string patterns, probably 20 beds of full ALU rough (dads preferred string), a few crosses of nat gut (never a full bed), pre-streched natural gut, customized several frames, changed pallets, grips, buttcaps, grommets, done heat shrink sleeves, worked on stringing machines (calibrated, maintained, adjusted clamps), and can deliver a quality job of full syn gut/hybrids in 20 to 25 mins, and full poly beds in 25 to 30 mins, know all the string types and their attributes, and can tie all types of knots, and probably a few more skills of a stringer should have acquired. All that being said, would I be considered an "experienced stringer"? Obviously, the one area I am lacking is in experience level and a youthful mind, but all considered, am I an experienced stringer? P.S. Never been to a workshop or have been certifed by USRSA, but is something I would love to attend.