I have recently switched to a Diablo Midplus and am pretty happy with it. I wanted a more maneuverable stick for volleys and overheads. It delivers that well. I had some issues with the strings but have found some that give me the control I needed from ground strokes. The only thing that is sort of messing me up is the weighting. Don't know if it can be fixed though. Its 10 points head light but its overall weight is not that much lighter than my MORE precision. I can't seem to connect as well on my slice serves. I think I am getting ahead of the ball or something. I have to wait like an extra 1/2 second before I start my swing in order to connect well. Its probably due to the lightness of the head. But If I lead tape the crap out of it I'm just going to be making a stick like my old one which is not that good at the net. I put like 5-6 grams at 10-2 oclock and did not help that much. Would making the overall racket heavier (Keeping the 10pts HD) help? I'm asking this because if I do it I will have to tear the handle apart and put lead in. I will do it but wanted to know if my thinking was way off on this. Another thing that sort of baffles me is. I can get way more spin on slice serves with my precision. Both have same stings now. The diablo has a more open string pattern vs the closer strings of the precision. I thought open patterns offer more not less spin. Plus the precision is a 95 and the diablo is a 100. I thought the 100 size would offer more spin. Just trying to understand why a smaller head size closer string pattern would have better spin. The main difference is the the diablo is 10pt HL vs the precisions 5pts HL. Is that reason? I had a lesson with the Pro and had him look at me with both sticks. He told me my slice was much better with my old stick. I did not want to hear that. For one I just paid 150.00 for the new stick plus I play net better with it, I don't want to be a baseliner. Guess I can't have my cake and eat it too. Any ideas why I can't get as much slice?