My 1HBH is probably my best shot. Partly because I can go line or cross, or inside out with it, but mainly because it has to be good as I don’t have the legs to run around it and hit forehand.My question for the OP is "are you trying to build your game around your brilliant 1HBH?"
If not, then might I suggest you get a racket that's really good for serves, returns and FH's before you worry about whether it suits your BH all that well.
Since every stroke is slightly different, there is likely a perfect racket for each one of them but no perfect racket for all of them. I don't use the same golf club for putting that I would for pitching or driving.
So you have to decide what's the strength of your game and get the equipment that best suits your strengths while not overly compromising your weaknesses. No point in getting great 1HBH frame if you can't serve worth a darn with it.
On a personal level I did something like this for my 2HBH. I got the Blade 104 SW model and it was transformative for my 2HBH. The swingweight and extended length made for exceptional shots off that wing. But it was just too unwieldy for volleys and FH's which were a bigger part of my doubles game. So I eventually moved on.