I demoed a MG Radical MP and compared it to my Pure Storm LTD: 1. Swingweight: The Radical swings slightly heavier than the PSL but it's a lighter racquet. In my hands, this translated into a racquet that's just as maneuverable, but changes my timing a little. I noticed the extra swingweight after I got tired and it became a little more demanding. The added stiffness of the Radical was also not a welcome feeling when I got tired. A vibe dampener could probably help this during those times but isn't needed when you're fresh. 2. Stiffness and Power: The Radical has noticeably more punch than the PSL. This is one thing I like about the Radical. The PSL can be demanding if you don't hit the ball well... everytime. The Radical holds up well against heavy hitting. I noticed my shots requiring less effort per-say because of the added power. They end up deeper into the court, even if you happen to setup for the shot poorly. With the PSL, you have to have great form on every shot to make it sing. However, both of these racquets are rated for 4.5+ players. I agree with this rating since the Radical becomes demanding as you get tired. 3. All the others: Spin seems easier to access with the Radical, especially on serves. The added power translates into serious bombs, but it feels heavier to get through the contact zone. The Radical has an illusion of being longer than 27" compared to the PSL. I measured and the hoop starts a couple of millimeters higher than the PSL. I guess on paper it's really nothing. However, the point of contact that I anticipate in my mind, fits the contact point on the Radical better. I played awesome with the Radical and I love the plush feeling on contact. The TW summary really hit it on the nail with the bolded statements: "a noticeable flex in the hoop and increased sense of dwell time". It's a great feeling and I'm really considering a purchase.