Okay, this is a very specific question for a very small group of players. I've played the Pacific X-Feel 95 frame for the past few years. I had always added 2 strips of 4 inch lead tape on each side of the frame at 9 and 3, total of 4 strips of 4 inch lead tape. I then added a wrap a tournagrip, and a dampener. I think the strung racket then weighed just a little over 12 ounces... maybe 12.2 or so. I strung with hybrid poly main, synthetic cross. I loved this set up for groundstrokes, but got to where I really struggled to get my serve in. It carried long, even as I tried to add more spin to my second serve. Asked for thoughts here about this, and most felt I probably had too much weight in the head. Have made an effort to move to different frames, but keep coming back to the Pacific 95 for comfort and feel. I've reduced by half my lead tape, now 2 x 2inch strips at 9 and 3. I have added a second layer of tournagrip, and taped a dime on each side of the grip just above my hand, at the top of the grip. This had taken more weight out of the hoop, but increased the overall frame weight a little. Serve is better, groundstrokes are okay. My question for those of you that have played the X-Feel 95, and perhaps modified it.... what modifications did you make? I'm looking for ideas I might try that help keep the serve in play, while maybe still adding a little extra pop to the groundstrokes. I've been bouncing around with different frames, so am in that frustrated mode at the moment.