Here is my review of the Wilson BLX Tour Limited vs. the Head Youtek Radical Pro. First off, i'm a 4.0 rated all-rounder transitioning into a offensive baseliner. The Wilson was strung w/ Wlison NXT 16 at mid and the Head w/ Head Synthetic Gut 16 at hi. Although neither string is something i'd normally use, it didn't effect my play all that much. For the feel of each racket, which to me is the most important attribute of a tennis racket, I prefferred that of the Youtek. It had a nice solid response with what I thought the perfect blend of flex and stiffness. The frame also absorbed nearly all of its shock and vibration. The Wilson on the other hand felt rather hollow and very stiff. It gave off a slight vibration on most shots. The feel felt almost exactly like that of the Head Liquidmetal Radical MP. Below is my head to head ratings and in parenthesis is my overall (from +++to--- with = in the middle). POWER: BLX(+++); YT (+) CONTROL: YT(+); BLX(=) SPIN POTENTIAL: YT(+); BLX(+) TOUCH: YT(+); BLX(=) COMFORT: YT(+); BLX(-) PLOWTHROUGH/STABILITY: BLX(+); YT(=) Sweetspot (based on each rackets head size): YT(=); BLX(-) MANEUVERABILITY: BLX(+); YT(=) As for shot specific I prefferred... SERVE/OVERHEAD: BLX GROUNDSTROKES: YT NET/VOLLEYS: YT Love to hear any thoughts or insights into my review as well as criticism and jargon.