I think that too many people get sucked into the crap that the companies are trying to sell you. I am not trying to offend or target anyone, I am simply saying I have had this problem and that I think by stating it some people might realize they have the same problem and try to fix it. The problem is that people find a racquet they like, they buy it, and then they play with it for awhile. The play with it for probably a couple of months and then they see racquets on the internet and they talk themselves into buying it because either they just want something new or they convince themselves their probelms are with the racquet. My suggestion to fix this problem is to find a racquet that you can hit well with and stick to it for at leat 2 years. See, when you switch racquets you have to readjust and you also are not facing reality that the problem with you game is you strokes not the racquet. I dont know, it just makes me a little uneasy when I see people posting about how many racquets they have bought and how their names and posts keep reappearing and they keep buying more and more racquets. But, hey if you just like to buy racquets, go for it. However, for some people I just want them to think for a second and realize that once you have found a racquet that you can play with, dont be convinced that it is the racquet causing your shots to go long or the misshits. If you practice all the time you will adjust to the racquet in no time and it will be like and extension of your hand. Trust me, I could use a wilson "racattack" (hope the spelling is right) still use my strokes to get the ball in using topspin. Sure the racquet would lack control and it probably would snap pretty soon, but my point is that some people might want to just find their racquet and stick with it instead of buying more and more racquets that they think will help them. Again, I used to do it so I am not judging, I am just saying maybe some people should consider what I am saying.