Just hit briefly with BB 11 and Fischer M Comp 95. BB 11: - heavy, stable, flexy, large sweetspot - hits very similar to Yonex 002 Tour SL, the difference being that BB11 was a bit more flexy (but yonnie in my opinion is more flexible than TW rating of 65), the yonnie is slightly more maneuverable (maybe that tapering of the frame at 3 and 9 o-clock really works?) and is noticeably more headlight. Both have similar power and both have a slightly metallic, although not really unpleasant hit. - also as others have noted, the grip is way too spongy. - if I had to choose between 002 Tour sl and BB11, I favor the yonnie. Fischer M Comp 95: - another heavy, stable, solid stick. - felt that this was strung too tight (TNT 16) and this may have played a role, but to me this stick is much stiffer than 59 rating. In fact this stick reminded me of my old POG mid, which I think itself feels stiffer than its 66 rating! - although sw is same as BB11, the fischer for me was easier to get around. - exactly 27 inches, not 1/8 inch short like other fischer's (ie mag tour) - if I had to choose between M Comp 95 and POG mid, it would be the M Comp. Less jarring and less prone to twisting on mishits. I like more flexy racquets, but the M Comp in many ways is a nice upgrade to POG mid, especially if you're looking to go from 90 to 95 headsize. These are initial thoughts and I will try to update later after a couple of more sessions. Me: long strokes, eastern FH, IHBH, currently using RDX 500 mid and looking to go up in headsize as I get older.