Ok thanks for the help in my other post. So I hit around with my newly strung racquet. I decided upon KGut 16 at 60lbs on my Weighted up LM Radical. Here are my thoughts in case anyone wants to know. From the get go this was a much better string than the Gamma TNT2 17 I had in there before. The TNT2 felt very inconsistent, shot to shot. KGut seemed to have a similar response each hit. Power: I thought at first KGut was going to be a very powerful string, and afraid my shot might be going long before I could take time and adjust. This was not the case at all. I found KGut at 60lbs to be a bit low powered on lighter swings, at least compared to my other racquet which has basic Head synth gut 16 control (at 60lbs). This low power feeling may be because the strings have not yet broken in- they may just need to get that first bit of tension loss. Yet, on full power swings, I was getting the depth I needed...in short Kgut maybe a string that allows you to get out what you put in it. Control- I was finding decent control, especially when I had time to set up. Shots on the run were a little difficult at times, but thats true often, no? I can say I felt I had more control than my Gamma TNT2. Spin- I don't hit with much spin, I like hitting flat, using spin strategically. I could generate some decent spin when I tried. I found slicing was actually nice. Topspin was a little more difficult...not that it matters too much for me. Comfort- Plenty of it on ground strokes. They really felt great. Even when hitting with power, I felt fine. Each shot felt like it had a nice cushion. This is what I needed. The only area I was having some trouble going was my serve, but that was because I still haven’t healed up fully, and I was prevented from using a full motion. All in all I think Kgut is an ideal string when it comes to playing…at least so far. It definitely is a favorite in recent memory..I can't recall all the types I used 6 or so years ago when I played more competitivly. I’ll update this in a week hopefully to give a better estimate. The question will come down to is it worth the price considering there are plenty of soft comfortable strings out there. For future string jobs I plan on trying cheaper but similar options such as XCEL Premium, Iso-Speed Control, Weiss Explosiv, Technifibre TGV. Although I am also going to give Gut a go as well. Hopefully in a year I will have a string choice that I can stick with for a long time.