Hi all, I am not really understanding the power level relative to rackets and their user. For example, the Prestige is in theory a low power racket but I am assuming in the right hands, it is anything but. When I want to attack balls, I get much more controllable power from "low powered" rackets and hit winners (which I don't seem to be able to do with a "power" racket - they fly). The flip side is when I can't get a full swing with the "low powered" ones, I am not getting them back deep at all. That said, my rackets are typically in the 300g unstrung weight. So, my question are: a) If you put a decent swing on it "low powered" racket that is heavier (e.g 320+ unstrung) with plow through, is the weight of the racket itself go to add a lot of usable power to hit bombs over a light "low powered" racket? b) If you can't get much of a swing on it, will the heft/plow through of a heavier racket help take it deeper than a lighter control racket. d) In what circumstances are heavier, low powered rackets actually low powered? Sorry if the questions sound silly but I just don't get it. I think I want a heavier, low powered, head light racket, fast swinging racket (IG Prestige Pro or MP?) but part of me thinks just go back to Pure Drive style power rackets. Any views? (be gentle) ps. 4.0-4.5 player currently using IG Speed 300 and testing IG Rad Pro and Exo3 Tour. Have previously used Bab APDGT.