Hello, I'm currently looking for a fourth racket to demo. Based on reviews I have already selected the first three rackets: Prince EXO3 Tour (18 X 20) Dunlop Biomimetic 300 Tour Volkl Power Bridge 10 Mid Those three rackets I choose after reading the TW reviews, but I want to get an opinion on what I should demo for the fourth racket. I am a self-rated low 4.0 player. My forehand is a western grip that I hit with medium spin and flatten out when I'm trying to put away a short ball, my backhand is a one hander hit with a western grip (semi-western forehand upside down) that I hit with a little less spin than my forehand when the ball is chest high but I flatten out when it is below. I'm mainly an all courter that tries to use topspin to rally until I notice a short ball that I can either put away or hit an approach shot. I love playing at the net and sometimes will charge in even if I didn't hit an approach shot, so I need my racket that is good at the net. I mainly hit a topspin serve (doesn't kick up much though) and I would prefer if I can get some help with this. My current racket is the Wilson N Code W6 Blue Steel. The unstrung specs are: Standard length. 97 head size. 1 pts HL 10.0 oz. 16 X 20 string pattern. Swing index of 6.0 (how your swing should be, fast and long) for those who care about that stats. I'm mainly looking for a racket with a 90-98 head size, a 11.5-12.0 oz weight strung, it has to be HL enough to be around 320-325 swing weight, a 18 X20 string pattern (said to help with volley, and more pace but less spin on serve, so I'm not too sure yet, you can suggest one with a 16 X19 pattern instead), and a flex of less than 64, I have had occasional shoulder problems. Most importantly, it just has to fit my game. Thanks in advance for any suggestion you have. Also, if you can answer the question of if they just give you demo strings or can you request strings and tension? I'm still haven't demo a racket from TW yet.