I know that it is a dying style and that it is a tough game to play in modern tennis. However, I have found my niche with the s/v gameplay. It still surprises me even. When I entered high school tennis, I was actually afraid to play net. It was a defensive position. I would hit a short ball near the service line then retreat back to the baseline, even in doubles. Over the course of 4 years of playing doubles and working on my serve, I now find serve and volley to be my go-to play. I will hit a serve and find myself rushing the net without even meaning to. First serve, second serve, whatever, take the net. I never would have imagined I would become a full-fledge serve and volleyer, but that's where I'm currently heading, looking for any chance to come to net, even blaming some losses on having not come to net often enough. The ironic thing is that most of my winners now come from approach shots. I'm not suggesting everyone go out and start serving and volleying or whatever, but I just wanted to give my input on the somewhat debated topic of the serve and volley game. It's a great strategy and can put a lot of pressure on the guy across the net. And oh yeah, my rate of coming to net increased significantly after switching to the PS 85, unintentionally.