Hi fellow TT-members! I acquired my Pro Tour 630 a week and a half ago and since I only have practice 2 hours every Sunday I´ve only been playing with it for 4 hours, so the review will be a little small. A little info about me: 5'5", male, age 17, favourite food is thai-food etc. I started playing tennis 6 months ago but the first 3 months I only played with my dad ones every week until I started taking lessons every Sunday. I´d probably rate myself a 2.5-level player. I hit with a SW FH and I switched to an 1handed EB few weeks ago. I hit flatter than most people with a SW grip, since I´m trying to learn the All-court game with a bit of serve and volley. I normally use a Prince TT Bandit MP, specs can be seen here: http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpageRCPRINCE-TTB.html Cosmetics: I really like how the racquet looks. It's pretty plain but good looking, not as flashy as most new racquets are which is a huge plus to me. I´ve also bumped the racquet on the floor pretty hard on some half-volleys and low-volleys and there's not a scratch to be seen! Comfort: Outstanding! It feels like you're hitting with a pillow! With my Bandit i used to feel a slight pain in the elbow and wrist area but not anymore. This was probably the most important reason I decided to try out the Pro Tour since I heard it was very flexible and soft, which it is! Groundstrokes: The PT 630 really forces me to constantly think about proper timing, footwork and form which I like. If I´m not focused the ball will barely go over the net but when I´m focused my trainer said I hit a "heavier" ball that was a teensy-weensy bit slower then the ones I hit with the Bandit. The racquet was also extremely stable when my coach started hitting hard and heavy shots, something I had a very hard time returning with the Bandit but was alot easier and comfortable with the PT. I also noticed I couldnt generate as much spin with the PT, which to me, is a plus. Found more directional control with the PT 630. Volleys: Again, this racquet proved itself to be very stable. I was no longer uncomfortable at net since I didnt get pushed back by "heavy" shots. I also noticed that I actually had CONTROL of some volleys, while I had absolutely zero control with the Bandit. Serve: I cant give a good review on the serve since that is a HUGE weakness in my game. It's so bad that I haven't entered any matches yet since I net almost every serve. I really need a few more months until I have like a 50-60% first/second serve instead of the 10% first/second that I have now. Sorry. Maneuverability: I thought I would have problems with getting the racquet around since I moved from a light, head-heavy to a "heavy" and head-light racquet, but I didnt. I´d actually say it was EASIER to move around than the Bandit which really shocked me. I dont know what else I can say about the racquet except that it's taking the Bandits place from now on. :grin: The racquet also weights in at around 350 gram's with an overgrip on it. I also restrung it with some kind of Babolat strings, maybe gut, after my first test-drive with it since it felt a little harsh but now it's a pillow. Here are some pictures of the racquet: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v160/JanneK/IMG_0279.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v160/JanneK/IMG_0281.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v160/JanneK/IMG_0283.jpg I want to thank reflexace for selling me this racquet at a good price and he also included a Head racquet cover which was not part of the deal, along with re-gripping it with a Gamma grip. The racquets condition was also better than stated, so thanks! I also feel like thanking people who gave me info about the racquet like Starwind and Michael Chaho to name a few.