I have a two handed backhand. The weird thing is, I don't switch my semi-western forehand grip to hit my 2 handed backhand. The racquet is indeed in a continental position, but I never switch the grip. My backhand is very powerful, as I've gotten many compliments about it. My forehand is strong too but I guess my backhand stands out more since it's unexpected. It's not a slice backhand like you'd expect, nor is it flat. It is indeed a topspin backhand. If you want to imagine how I hold the racquet, hold it in a semi-western grip with your right hand and hold the racquet with your left in a continental grip. The only problem I see is that I put more strain on my right wrist... however I've done this for 11 years and haven't had a wrist problem ever. I have tried switching to a real backhand grip, but as you can imagine, it's hard to correct. My question is this. Should I bother switching? It has served me well for years and I don't play in tournaments anymore. I just play recreational 3 times a week though I'll probably play intermural when I go back to college.