I put my ego aside yesterday and demoed the TEAM version of the new Prince Warrior. I demoed the regular Warrior a while back and liked it a lot, thought about demoing it again, but decided a the last minute to grab the Team version since it had a higher SW and very good twistweight. I thought what the heck. Well, I LOVED IT! It actually felt more stable and like it had more mass then the non-team. Here are the specs (I added an overgrip and two rubber grip thingys at the top of the grip, and dampner): PRINCE EXO3 WARRIOR TEAM 100 Head Size: 100 sq. in. Length: 27in Strung Weight: 10.8 oz (with overgrip, rubber things and dampner) Balance: 2pt HH / Even (with overgrip, rubber things and dampner) Swingweight: 322-324 Stiffness: 65 Beam Width: 24mm / 26mm / 22.5mm / The racquet seemed as solid as any players tweener I've played with. The comfort and forgiveness was unmatched and I was able to hit powerful shots with control and ease. It felt like the cliche "extension of my arm". And my arm NEVER tired. The only part of my game that suffered was my one-handed backhand (which is typically my weakness anyway). You always see on here how SW is everything, and the swingweight of the team is 322. That is higher the the new PD2012, the regular Warrior, or the Pro Open - all racquets I have been considering. And the sw is about the same as the rebel 98. Anyway (even though I'm very aware of the Honeymoon), I'm loving this lighter racquet and I'm very tempted to buy one. I NEVER thought I would even consider such a lightweight (10.4 oz stock), even balance, or HH racquet - but my perception as changed. Now I just got to convince myself and my ego that it is all ok to go this route!! Are there any others out there (specifically upper 3.5 or 4.0 players) who have gone to a "lighter" weight racquet and had good results? or bad? Feedback? Comments? Confirmation that I can still keep my "man card" (just kidding - sort of)?