I'm not trying to advertise these! But I guess I can't even post any links to these rackets as my post will be deleted.. but you can find it for yourself. The idea for stringing rackets diagonally came to me last night and I googled and obviously the idea and product was already invented, patented, and marketed. Is there anything that hasn't been yet!!!! :-( Anyway, what do you guys think of this? they have 98 102 and higher frames, the advantages are that there is *promoted* more ball feel and most importantly less impact on the arms and elbows for those with problems of those sorts. (I don't). One other advantage I can see is that traditional crosses usually end up having the main crosses breaking (or one of them) consistently. Here there is no "main" or "cross" they are equally on a 45degree angle and theoretically neither should break first over the other and thus you get longer lasting strings.