Just an observation I have seen far, far less Prestige’s than I use to. The Prestige’s I do see for the most part are older models. I have barely seen any Graphene XT Prestige frame’s. In fact the Head Penn Official called the Prestige a niche model now. So there you go. It’s my firm belief that Head has no desire to have a Prestige that feels anything like the racquets that their loyal following want. They are chasing Babolat and Wilson. I had a friend hit with the Touch Prestige Mid (Rev Pro) and said it reminded him of the Wilson Pro Staff 97. Head no longer wants to have that unique solid feeling to their racquets. The solid feeling racquets that they do make are are only reserved for their players on the ATP and WTA Tours.Head is a company. If they sold more Prestiges these last four years than they were selling the years before, then they made a good decision -- on purpose. Only the sales number will tell us if they made a good move or not.