Ok, I've really want to try out Pro Supex and Genesis strings. The only problem is money is pretty tight, so I need to know exactly what I'm getting... My current string set-up is Gosen Polylon Ice 17g mains and Technifibre Pro Red Code 16g crosses at 58/62 respectively. The reason I'm using a poly hybrid is I love the bite of a 1st generation poly but I also enjoy the touch and forgiveness of a co-poly. My playing style is rather unique, as I'm a serve and volleyer, but I prefer to stick 5 feet behind the baseline on returns, so I suppose you could say I'm a true all-courter. I hit heavy topspin and slice off of both sides, I don't hit flat all too often (volleying being the exception, I have flat as a pancake volleys), and I hit a kick/twist/slice serve 90% of the time on 1st serves and a kick/twist 100% of the time on 2nd serves. Now don't get me wrong, I do really like this set-up, but I'm using my college team's Red Code and my Polylon. I kinda want my own string, and I feel that Pro Supex/Genesis have something in their arsenal that would benefit me. I've come to the conclusion that I'm going to test 4 polys. Here are the specific questions that I have for the strings I know I'm going to test: Genesis Black Magic: Heard many good things about this string, but I wonder if it would work better as a 16g cross, 17g main, or a 17g full job. Pro Supex Big Ace: After hearing it was a soft poly, I automatically relegated it to a possible cross hybrid. After hearing different reviews, I've opened my door to maybe using it in the mains or even full job. Comparing to my current string job, should I use it as a main, cross, or a full job and what gauge(s)? Pro Supex Blue Gear: I've heard that the 16g gets more bite and spin than the thinner gauges, but that goes against the common thinking of thinner gauges = more spin. Same thing for this string, suggestions if I should use it as a main, a cross, or a full job and what gauge(s)? The 4th string is open for suggestions, so what do you all have for me (I told you they were specific questions :shock? Thank you ahead of time, and if you've read this entire novel of a post, you are a greater friend then you know, lol.