Hi guys, Sorry for my first post being a question like this, I spent quite a bit of time reading up on the forum before posting, but the problem was, most of the answers I saw for racquet recommendations pointed towards the frame that I potentially want to move away from. Current: Currently, I am using a Youtek Prestige MP with about 8 inches of lead at 6 o'clock (2g). I experimented with lead at 3 and 9 but I didn't feel as noticeable a difference over stock. I've dabbled with a Wilson BLX 6.1 95 16x18 as well, and while I like the spin I get from this and the plow through, the racquet head just feels a tad small (though I believe from reading around here that Head 98's are very similar to WIlson 95s, and I can confirm that with the frames too). Why I'm looking to switch: My strokes have always been top spin oriented and as a result I hit a fairly heavy ball. I can do so with my 18x20 Prestige MP; the desired ball production is not the issue. The issue however is that, like most players, I play a variety of balls and I find that when I'm playing a softer (push type) ball, while I can put them away, I "waste" a lot of energy doing so. When I'm playing a faster paced/heavier etc. ball, I've begun to find that since I have started to focus on movement rather than purely strokes now, that the sweetspot of the Prestige has become small for my game and ability. Sometimes, my ball still goes off the same way I want in the other court but its not as clean of a hit as I want. What I'm looking for: I'm looking for a little bit more free power and sweetspot size. I'd like the weight to be similar (+/- 12-12.5oz) but I don't mind having to lead up to achieve the desired weight. Do you guys think the lead at the top is making my sweetspot smaller? Or any racquets you guys can recommend? I love the Prestige but I've never liked their grip shape and length. So if I have to switch, I'd even try to avoid Head if I can. A racquet I've been curious about is the Yonex VCore 97 330g, specs look in line and many say that due to the isometric head, the sweetspot feels larger, is this true? Also, I've only demo'd Babolats once a very long time ago (and I did not have my strokes developed at the time). Any advice on how they would fit with someone who used a Prestige for so long? For Power the PDR looks interesting, and I've always been curious on how the APD plays... About me: I'm a 4.5 offensive baseliner that is slowly moving all court, who also plays a lot of doubles as well.