Hello, I am a former high school player (fr & so years) returning to the game at age 40. In high school, I used a Wilson Sting Mid-size. Looking back, it was probably not quite as forgiving a racket as I should have used (too many mishits). Several years ago, I got rid of my Stings and am looking for a new racket. Here is a description of my playing style. *Roughly 3.5, but will quickly move up to 4.0 and even 4.5. *Can generate own pace on forehand but would like more pace on my serves. *In HS I hit a strong two-handed minimal topspin backhand and a one-handed slice backhand for low balls. *I am transitioning to a completely one-handed backhand (topspin & slice) *I hit semi-western on the forehand and close to eastern on backhand. *I serve-and-volley some and like to come in, but can hit winners from the mid-court balls, especially cross-court. *I like to finish points at the net about half the time, using angles and drop shots. *I like to hit a heavy ball from the baseline. *I prefer singles, but find that at my age, many like to play doubles. Recently, I played with a Babolat PD Lite and liked it a lot except it felt a little light and did not give extra pop on serve like I want. I did not like the Aero. The Babolat's are a little pricey and, although I never had tennis elbow, I am 40 now and heard they can be hard on the elbow. I would also like to buy something under $100 if possible, even if used or an older technology. If figure that if I start playing more often I can upgrade later. I have had the Head Radical MS+ Liquid Metal recommended to me but am concerned about the 18x20 pattern. I have always been partial to Wilsons and... I am curious about the Wilson K6.2. It looks like a good all-court racket, but seems a little light. I am wondering about the nTour Two nCode as the extra length seems like a help on giving extra serve pop. Again, it seems light. Any input would be great. Thanks!