Just got mine 2 days ago and thought I'd post my review of this racquet. Type of game: all-around Strength: forehand Backhand: two-handed Previous racquet: Wilson HPS 6.1 MP String used: Bow gut 16g mains, Prince Syn. w/d 17g crosses Tension: 64lbs. First off, the paintjob is beautiful. The white and hot red is a great mix together. Holding the racquet, it feels a lot lighter than my HPS because it is .2 oz lighter although it feels even lighter than that. The POWER of this racquet is less than my HPS which is really what I was looking for. That isn't to say it can't generate enough power because you can if you have a fast swing speed. The feeling is very dampened compared to the HPS and very similar to the feeling of the Tour90 when I tried that racquet. The racquet feels somewhat "hollow" at impact. You get more "feel" with this than the HPS but it doesn't give a the POP effect of the HPS because of its dampened feeling. The CONTROL is just awesome. My bread and butter shot has always been my inside out forehand which I love to rip within 4-5 inches of the corner of the ad side which worked EVERY time I hit it today in a pro-set match. That just tells how well I could control this thing without much effort. I feel with this racquet that I can really whip at the ball and still keep it in the court. On approach slices, I can place the ball almost pinpoint of my wanted destination with ease because I get such great feel of the ball. I've always loved the way the Tour90 felt at net and this one feels just like it. On volleys, it's just as good because I felt that my accuracy was very precise in terms of where I wanted to put the ball. The SPIN is very different. I hit with tremendous spin as a player and there hasn't been a tournament player that has failed to comment about how much spin I put on the ball. However, today as I was hitting with my usual practice partner who knows best about my hitting tendencies said that I hit the ball particularly with a lot more pace, but not as much topspin yet the ball skids extremely fast. I, myself, realized that I didn't put as much spin as I usually did also. My SERVER definitely improved over the HPS. I felt like it was hard to hit my serves with the HPS for some reason and double faulted quite often. With the nSixOne, I could really whip the ball and keep it in the box and very deep. My kick serves worked extremely well even when I used very little pace on the service. My flat serves felt very solid with the dampened feel but did not get the pop like the HPS, although I believe the speed and power was just as good if not better. Overall, I believe that I have finally found what I want that I didn't have in the HPS, which was a little less power, more flex of the racquet and something a tad bit lighter. However, I believe the HPS can still be a good backup racquet because they do share similar characteristics that are very minute in details. I did not like the Tour90 because of its small head size and it was just very demanding on off-centered shots. Although I did mis-hit a few balls, it still went in with enough spin and didn't seem to shock my arm like the Tour90 or the HPS did. The nSixOne felt very soft on the arm and with the gut/syn hybrid it felt extremely soft and easy. I think I this will be my main racquet for now. What I DID NOT like about it was the dampened feel which has never been my type of feel although I can tolerate it on this racquet. That is pretty much all I can say that I didn't like because I liked the POP on my HPS. Other than that, I believe it's a great racquet. I have always used Prince Graphites, of all generations and have gotten used to their balance and feel. I could never pick up a Wilson and learn to like it because it felt totally different and could not get used to it. However, since I found the HPS, it was perfect for me and now with the nSixOne, it has made each one of the criteria I've wanted in a racquet just a little bit better. Hope this helps anyone who is in search for one or have questions. Feel free to instant message me or drop me an email if you want to ask for more details.