Ya, I hear ya. I mean I don't get what they're really doing with the Prestige lineup as a whole both in regards to naming and specs.If your trip only begins with these Prestiges then you got on the bus relatively late.
My point is that the Prestige means Head's most player-oriented racquet for whatever time it's built.
But because the name continues, people are always tempted to say 'Why aren't they still built like this or that one'?
To be fair, Head never hit true rock bottom line Prince did. (As far as I know.)Whoever is running their Tennis division isn't doing a great job. They should take some lessons from Prince.