I am trying to find the right racket for me. I have played with 6 or 7 different rackets, but amazingly, none with headsize higher than 95 and smaller than 107. The 97/98 inch Babalots weighing a bit over 11 oz seems very different from everything I have played with, and they are also very popular. So I have pretty much narrowed down to Babolat. Now, Babolat Aero Tour Original is on sale for half the price of the other Babolats. Is this racket inferior to AeroPro Drive or The Pure Drive in any way? The specs are all fairly similar, and the reviews are hard to compare. Can someone please tell me what the differences among these 3 arckets are? Please don't suggest to Demo. I am pretty tone-deaf with rackets. I can sense different weights, that is about it. I adjust to a racket in 3 swings and seem to play about the same with any racket, though the racket I have been using the longest always feels slightly better than everything else. I have decided that I just have to get a racket and play with it for 2 months before I can tell if it is right for me. As far as playing style, I run and retrieve a lot, a 3.75 version of Nadal. I don't think I am a pusher. I don't enjoy hitting slowly baseline to baseline if the point is not going anywhere. I only push against attacking players who beat themselves and I know I will never need to hit 10 shots in a rally. I dread long rallies as much as most people. I do a bit of everything, even serve & volley more than anyone I have encountered at my level. My strokes are often short, and as a result, I spend a lot of time running side to side. Although I am pretty good at this, I can't return the ball unless I am in good balance. A lot of slow players seem to stretch on their backhand side and still send back a good lob. If I could do this, I think I would be a good 4.0. I have been reading that the Wilson PS85 is difficult to play defense with, and that is the racket I have been using in matches. Hoping that a modern racket will do the trick for me. In addition to defense, I am looking for a racket that is easier to hit topspin with. I think Topspin is the solution for my problem with hitting short balls. With a lot of topspin, I can aim deeper, and if it still lands short, at least the pace after bounce will keep the opponent a bit further back.