Hi all, A year ago i started with a PD then quickly switched to a PS 6.0. The PD was too stiff thus it gave me a mild TE. Switching was the best thing ever. No more pain, no more holding back. I was able to swing as long, loopy and hard as i wanted without overhitting. I was in wonderland. Now a year later. i'm a selfraterd 2.5 / 3.0. My movie will be up soon as i will play again thursday. Recently I noticed that other players playing as long as i've been ( 1-2 years) are pushing me around the court. I can recover due to "decent" footwork but i don't get enough juice (depth) to push back. What i do get, are tremendous angles combined with weird drops. This gives me the federer like miracle shot sometimes but ofcourse they are only seldom intentionally played. I play with one hand on the FH and the BH. Long arm movement and followthrough combined with lazy kneebends and a decent body rotation. I'm very strong and heavy ( 6"1, 205, 24 y) so that's why i don't want a "Cannonball" tweener like a babolat. Maybe i'm getting lazy but i actually want a racquet with a litte more comfort. I want to trim down on my swing speed to get a more relaxed rhythm. When i saw the movie, it was my first 2 min warming up, i noticed my arm going like crazy in comparison to the rest of my body. I want my arm and body 'n sync. ( oops, is that the name of a boyband) I'll keep the PS 6.0 as a trainer but i want a litte more, not too much, pop combined with a smooth/soft feel. My current setup: Racquet: Wilson Pro Staff 6.0 85" String: Wilson sensation string @ 55 lbs/ 25 kg Grip: Wilson leather grip with tournagrip overgrip. It was upped one size to L5 with Heatshrinksleeve Weight: 381 grams Any advice plz? ( a little lighter is ok, it's balance is very weird due to the addition of the heatshrinksleeve so it swings like a charm) thnx PS: Movie will be posted later today, i'm @ university now.