Just read/watched the TW review on the new Wilson 99s. The first thing I thought of was the infamous spaghetti racquet. As Chris noted, he's hitting shots he doesn't own and is amazed it's even legal. Me too. I'm not sure but believe that both golf and baseball have pretty strict rules when it comes to these things. Tennis has a size rule (I think) but little else. So where is this going? Can the manufacturers actually get within a stings width of making a racket that performs like the spaghetti did before somethings done? The string technology has already done enough (good or bad, your call). Are we now going to get frames made specifically for getting the most out of those strings?