Hi all - looking for some input... I've been playing with a Prince O3 Black Speedport for several years now...am wondering if I stick with it or move on. It's a great serving racquet, volleys well too - does just ok with drop shots. For ground strokes, it can hit a bit long for me at times...but on the flip-side, hitting with depth is a plus. It's got a lot of power - that's for sure...but I am a pretty big guy and don't necessarily need all that (but, again, love that power on the serves). I find that when I keep the strings fresh and restring often and at higher tension - 63-64 - I hit MUCH better and have very noticeable improvement in control....but that tapers off in about 3 weeks easily (playing on average maybe 4 times a week) and my ADHD kicks in and I forget to get it restrung (in spite of my calendar reminders) and I wonder why I am hitting so poorly until I get it restrung again. hehe (Other relevant info: I'm not a big topspin hitter, more of a flat hitter, though I do employ some spin. I'm an all-courter...serve and volley...definitely not a grinder - I like to end points as quickly as possible. I play doubles and singles. Early 40's - I'd like to avoid tennis elbow...have had it a bit in the past and don't want it again!) So... Thinking about either getting a second/third as a backup so I always have the tight strings on hand...or maybe moving onto a different racquet. I've always liked Prince racquets...but am open to suggestions. Anyone out there that loved their O3 Black Speedport that can relate to what I wrote above that has found a new racquet they love even more? Anyone switch to the Rebel 98 or any of the Warrior series racquets and find improvement? Is there a natural follow-on out there? Thanks!