You would think they would do some type of online marketing campaign. Contact one of their reps and direct them to this forum. That would help. Right now that string has plummeted in price and being cleared out in some companies.I've tried this option and I don't like it, goes dead fast. Almost as useless as Ash Kev x Syn Gut, which locks up very quickly. I have an old and dear friend, who loves hitting flat balls with his locked stringbed of Ash Kev x syn gut, whose brother played in major league baseball, batting .393 in 1994, giving a glimpse of the genetics. My friend just had his shoulder reconstruction but most of that is due to career of jumping out of airplanes with a pack and rifle, while his brother had a remarkable but short career in the "bigs" playing baseball.
I think I have tried every permutation possible with Ash Kev x whatever, including Ash Kev x Ash Kev - that is stupid...but... I digress.
I have tried all the "lame" coated twisted aramids. I just don't get those strings like Prince Problend's aramid. All those strings do is provided a "boardy" string bed that allows you to hit flat shots, especially crisp service returns. Ashaway's "uncoated" braided aramid (Kevlar) is a different animal from all the rest of the "pretender" aramid tennis strings. In my humble opinion it only works well with Ashaway Zyex. AND, if I were a UTR 14 player on the verge or making money playing tennis I would be playing with a less than 2 hour set of full poly or gut/poly.
Most of the rest of us could use Ashaway Kevlar x Ashaway Zyex at some tension in some gauge combo that would fulfill all our needs/desires with arm comfort, decent durability and approximation of play that we envision for our ourselves compared to the pros. Why isn't this more obvious to the larger tennis community? Ashaway's marketing team must be looking at something else other than tennis.