I did play with a Slazenger Silhouette that was released during the widebody era and it also had a Dunlop version as well. It was a greyish Blue in colour with aqua lettering and lines. My impression of the frame was that it was a more manageable widebody than what Wilson made with its Profile and Emrik Double Edge. For its time it was a crisp feeling frame and quite easy to swing. It’s a frame that sent the message that you didn’t need to go as wide as the profile to get some of the benefits and this was further highlighted by what PK did with the Destiny series and Prince with their CTS frames.