My brother and I are looking to demo some racquets, and possibly buy them if appropriate. I'm probably a 2.5-3.0 player (self-rate), and I play with my older brother's Prince Titanium Thundercloud (W/shock eraser). I swing moderately hard, but I tend to hold back because when I hit hard, the ball almost always goes long. I've tried out the ozone 7 for a little bit, but I really hated it, partially because the grip size wasn't exactly right (and it felt like a rectangle to me), but mostly because I think it swings way too light. If necessary, I don't believe an OS->MP switch would affect me too much, but I would have to adjust. (I hit with a semi-western forehand, since I like how it hits on forehand, and it hits okay on backhand when I forget to switch, which happens a lot). I'm looking for something that has some weight in it, but less power than what I have now. My brother is not quite as good as me (usually around 6-4 6-3 on good days for both of us), and he plays with a Wilson US Open racquet (~$35 at walmart). He says that no matter how he tries, he is unable to produce much topspin (which may be due to the painted strings, but since it's $25 to restring with PSGD, it's not really worth it to do so [As a side note, I've been contemplating getting a low end dropweight]). So, he's developed more of a flat hitting style, but would like to be able to put spin on the ball. He is also looking for a more control/less power racquet that feels lighter. MP or OS Btw, I'd rather not buy a PD, since like half of the people that play around here seem to have one...apparently one of my friends got one really cheap at a garage sale, though. Possible Racquets to demo: Head Liquidmetal OS or MP Mfil 200 or 300 TT Warrior Prince Tour NXG If anyone has any other suggestions, or believes that any of these wouldn't be appropriate, please do comment. If anyone doesn't understand what I typed (I'm not clear sometimes), ask. BTW, I'd like to keep under $100, if possible, but could go over a little if needed (all of the above were taken from the TW on sale racquet list. I've seen recommendations for all of them except the NXG, which my brother wants to try).