I have two of the same rackets that are very close in spec. One was a few grams lighter than the other, but also more head heavy. I added a few grams to the handle of the second racket to match the weights and counter the balance, but it's still almost a point more head heavy than the other one. I thought that would be close enough. The first racket I play great with, but I have noticably more trouble finding the sweetspot with the second one. It doesn't make sense to me. Can one balance point really make that much difference? This has been happening consistently for about a month now. I do hit with a lot of topspin and with more head heavy rackets I do tend to hit the frame more often as I come up on the ball. But we're talking a 1 pt balance difference here! What's going on here? I could be hitting great, change rackets, and like a switch was flipped, immediately start mishitting. I don't get it. Has anyone else experienced this? I know the obvious thing would be to add weight to both rackets to make the balance exactly equal, but I play so well with the first one as is that I don't want to change it. Besides, I'm still in disbelief of how such a seemingly small difference could have this much effect.