My LF machine finally came Friday. Strung up 4 racquets over the weekend. My quick read is they made this thing a huge improvement over my 200tt. For starts, the mounting. There is no other way to say it. It blows away the 200tt mounting. The one on the Quantum is a 1000 times easier and faster. If this six point is anything like what other machines use, and it looks like it is, it is no wonder. It murders the old way of doing it. The string gripper change is another cool change. The little round thing the string goes around and ball bearing gripper makes everything easier and accessible. You don’t have to pull half the tension by hand to make it stop hitting bottom on first pulls like you have to with a 200tt. Every string tightened fully and the arm never went past about 4 oclock. It feels lighter to work the arm too. It’s got to be something in the new gripper thing because the dead weights are a few ounces more than the 200tt dead weights New LF clamps have diamond dust teeth. They are alot easier to adjust to string thickness with the finger dial. The swivels and locks are a big, big improvement. Alot smoother to slide around and no sticking or stammering. The tool tray is a nice addition. You don’t have to use that stupid 200tt yard stick to set tensions anymore. A royal P.I.T.A. if you use different tensions for your mains and crosses like me. The new LF has the tensions engraved right on the arm. That’s sweet. Overall, built like a little tank. Aside from it taking a long time to get, I’m very impressed with the updates over their old machines. For $600 and all the improvements, they should’ve done it a long time ago. Now I need to geta new tension caliper to check the constant pull and how accurate it is.