Hello, I am planning on doing some racquet tuning in the next week or so and need to swap pallets between various Head Prestige Classic 600's... the version with the plastic grip collar. Now, I know how to remove a grip and I know one removes the butt cap next, but from there, what's the best method to remove a PC600 pallet without destroying it or damaging the frame? The pallet itself is a very dense, light foam and it's held on on all sides by a very sticky two-sided adhesive tape, installed at the factory. It looks as though one begins by splitting the pallet into its constituent halves - there's an obvious seam along two edges - but at that point, would it be best to apply heat (from a heat gun? Or a gas burner?) evenly to make the adhesive beneath more malleable? And then take a very thin but stiff blade to loosen the pallet halves from the frame? I've tried to prise the pallet off, unheated, with a stiff blade, but even with the most delicate and subtle work, it really appeared too risky that I'd break off a hunk of pallet and thus I stopped. Can anyone shed light on what works best? Much obliged.