I need to do some pallet replacements, and I thought while I'm at it, why not try to look into leather replacement grips. I've done a lot of reading on the forum here, and some searching online. a few quick things: -how common is VICTOR VISCOUNT II LEATHER for modern racquets? the searches I've found seem to have them on classic wood frames, but are they still good for today's game? Can anyone give me some feedback on them? I use gamma high tech contour grips right now w/tourna grip over them. I do like the raised contour feel, but it's not the most critical thing for me. Some of these VICTOR VISCOUNT II LEATHER have contours, but idk if that would add or take away from the firm/solid feel of the leather... -do leather grips have the sticky adhesive underside like synthetic grips? If so, how many times can a leather grip be taken on and off and still have the stickiness sufficient, and if a leather grip has never been used but has been out in the open for a while (not packaged), would the sticky underside need to be replaced? -i have some lead tape wrapped over and around the pallet and under the Gamma replacement grip for some of my rackets. Some have a lot, some have a little, some have it spread thin, and some have it thicker in an area (not crazy thick, but enough for a noticeable bulge, one specifically on the butt cap region). The Gamma grip had no problem wrapping over the lead tape, would leather do the same? -if I like a firm and crisp feel when the ball contacts the strings, will leather enhance or diminish that feel? i keep reading that players get more "feel" with leather, but the best feel I find is that good crisp,tight pop on the stringbed, and I don't know if there is any relation between that and the "feel" of leather (or synthetic for that matter).