I received a racquet with Solinco Tour bite in a hybrid. I had no idea what tension it was, but it felt low...I was guessing 50-54#s. Anyway, I had a real nice experience hitting. I am a western grip player and get more control when I can hit low to high. I noticed that I was hitting extremely heavy balls that stayed low and were going exactly where I wanted. I did not notice a loss in accuracy, and was actually more consistent. I also was using a lot less effort to stay in points. I could keep a point alive by placing the ball away from my opponent without using a lot of power, but the ball had enough juice so it could not be crushed back...this allowed me to reset the point and not lose it outright. It felt like a little too much power though, and I started thinking I wanted the tension higher....but I could live with the current setup. I was more consistent and made less mistakes. My normal preference is high tension at 60-62. It is great for hitting a flatter ball. What it is not great for is counterpunching. The more my game evolved the more I stayed with my low to high western grip and got away from the horizontal flat ball that I would finish points with. I started to realize that I am a heavy topspin player at heart. That is just my game and I simply am not going to convert to a flat hitter. I naturally handle hard shots hit at me on the rise and with heavy topspin. With the 40# setup, this was very easy to do, but maybe a little too powerful. My question is this..I will continue to play with the 40# setup until the string breaks. If I continue to find that it is a little too powerful, where should I go next? Should I try the federer tension of 47-48? Is this low tension suited to my type of game? 2 handed backhand..heavy topspin forehand..fast player who baselines 70-80% of the time? Just wanted to see what kind of game the folks have here who use this low tension.