Maybe it's time to scour the "for sale" ads to see if I can snag one. This sounds intriguing on many levels. Thanks!Not really. There are two basic types of beams used in(on?) Angell frames. TC97 and most probably K7 (and the rest I know only from Angell thread) have sort of more classic, boxish beam and the rest of the original line (TC90, TC95, TC100 and TC105) has a custom “D” profile beam that plays nothing like any Blade I’ve ever hit (older ones but I doubt new one is that much different or anywhere near what Angell D beam plays like). It’s much more dynamic and a term most used to describe it would be “uniform flex”. It’s really unlike most of the stuff out there and works really well to provide solidity even in low static weight/large head specs. TC100 63RA is maybe the best match play frame I’ve ever used.