Tournagrip. Initial feel: Papery and towely at first, but once you get some moisture going it has a really nice feel. Unlike tacky og's, tournagrip just gets better and better the longer you use it, until of course, it shreds. If your hands don't sweat, just sprinkle some of your drinking water onto your hands, and grip the racket. Works the same, and if it starts drying, then just rinse and repeat. Durability: The good thing about tourna is that both sides are virtually the same. Once the 1st side feels uncomfortable, just flip and use the other side. Eventually it might shred but by that time you should just replace the overgrip anyway if it is really bad. Feel over time: Really good as mentioned before. As long as it's moist or wet, blisters shouldn't come often. Also, shredding doesn't occur as often as people say it does. And besides, if most of the pros use this og, it should be good right?:shock: Probly the only bad thing is the length, even for the XL. As for that, it isn't too much of a problem. One solution could be to use a very nice feeling grip under the tournagrip, so if the tournagrip doesn't reach all the way, you will feel the good grip as well. Thus, give tourna a try, and if you already have, give it another try!