Apparently the kevlar thread that was being discussed today has been deleted. Too bad I spent some time typing some useful responses to someone who asked me a legitimate question, but I'm guessing the title of the thread (not started by me btw), was the culprit. Let's start it up again, this time no kevlar bashing or acronyms for obscenities... I'm curious which kevlar mains people like. I'm currently using the Gamma TNT2 fusion 19 mains, but instead of the packaged crosses, just some of the budget gut out there for crosses. Best setup i've used for bite, control, consistency, touch, spin. The only thing lacking is power, but the gut adds just enough to make this a winning pair. I've tried many full polys, full gut, hybrid of each as main/cross, synthetics, a multi or two, etc... and kevlar/gut is just amazing compared to all. I can string in the low 40s and still not have a trampoline. It's actually quite comfy and muted on impact, so my arm is better off with these than any poly hybrid. To me, it is very responsive to varied swingspeeds: whether taking long fast swings at the baseline, or going for finesse & touch at the net, the bite is always there. Flattening out a shot or going for massive spin, no other combo seems to shine all over the court like these. Anyone who uses kevlar mains care to comment on their favorite kevlar main? I'm looking to try maybe Forten's ultra thin, or the Forten composite 18, or any others. I've only scratched the surface but since I don't use the cross in the packaged hybrids, am leaning towards the ones supplied in reels. Tips or comments on your kevlar setup appreciated. If you don't like the string, please hold your tongue since there are millions who "hate" it, and that's fine, the other 99% of threads will satisfy your browsing. Keep it clean, thanks!