I've been using my Fischer MSpeed #1 98 UL racquets for almost a year now, and I'm feeling like I need to look at other racquets to get a picture of what's out there. My Fischers are set up with POSG 17# @ 55/52, leather grip, and 4 inches of lead at 12 o'clock. I'm 24, 6'/185 lbs, a 3.5-4.0 level player, multiple serves (kicker, big flat, slice), solid SW forehand, solid topspin backhand. Split time between singles and doubles at the moment. I've got a slightly tender elbow, hence the Fischer at low tension. Here is what I've used and what I thought: LM Prestige MP: I liked the weight and balance. Felt like it excelled on the serve, although I wanted some more bite. Groundies were nice, but again, I wanted a little more bite. I moved to a Pro Staff Classic. Pro Staff Classic: For the first 3 months, this racquet was heaven. Great power and kick on serves, great groundies. Only 2 issues - I burned through synthetic gut at a rediculous rate, and the weight and stiffness did a number on my shoulder. Moved to MFil 300. MFil 300: Better on my arm than the Pro Staff, and the lower weight helped my long-term tennis endurance. Didn't feel that it added anything to my serve, but my groundies felt good (albiet not as solid as with the PSC). Over time, the harshness of the frame made my elbow really tender. Moved to the MPro. Fischer MPro: Great racquet for me. Groundies feel awesome, I'm able to hit out and keep the ball deep. Serves feel good, nice kick. I'm not breaking strings as much (probably due to the 16x20 pattern and lower tension), and my elbow is healthy. My only issue is that I feel that I'm overexerting on my serve in order to get the velocity I had with my PSC. I should mention that I LOVE the flex of the Fischer. Any racquets I should try? I've got a local store that stocks Volkl, Yonex, Head, Wilson, Prince and Babolat, so I can demo a decent portion of the racquets. I also have a friend who is a Fischer dealer, so I may be able to give some more Fischers a hit. I'm waiting for the MG Prestige Pro, but I don't know that I'll want to spend $200/frame right now.