Fool? Don't be so insecure guy and don't confuse wanting instant glory with picking a stick that maximizes your chances of winning. Like I told you, I own an 85, in fact I collect Pro Staffs (I'm a regular on the holic thread, ask PP). I grew up playing the 95, own an 85, a 90, an 88 and a pair of n6.1's. And guess what, I can play at a very high level with all those mids, what I can't do is win regularly with them, especially against better players. No matter how long I play with the 85, high balls to my one hander, on slow, high bouncing clay, will always be super tough to deal with, and my opponents will exploit that mercilessly. Also, those mids, with the exception of the 88, have relatively low SW's and are actually quite easy to use and swing super fast. The 97A, with it's high static and SW combo is the outlier, but not due to its head size. And I'm sticking to what I said earlier, no racquet, no matter which one, will help you improve. You can work on your footwork with a mid plus, or even oversize racquet just the same as with any mid or super heavy racquet. There's a reason coaches don't use racquets as developmental tools, and there's a reason the vast majority of pros are still using the same 11oz midplus racquets they used as juniors. Only their coaches, very gradually, added weight over the years as they got stronger, and not the other way around.