TW just started selling their new "T" and "C" series racquets. They have three "players" racquets as part of the "T" series: T-5: 100 sq. inches, 11.2 oz, 325 SW, 24 mm beam, 18x19, 4 pts headlight, 74 stiffness. T-6: 98 sq. inches, 10.9 oz, 325 SW, 25/23/22 mm beam, 16 x20, 1 pt head heavy, 63 stiffness. T-7: 100 sq inches, 11.4 oz, 313 SW, 20 mm beam, 16x19, 6 pts head light, 57 stiffness. What were they thinking? The two heavier sticks (which aren't really that heavy) have insane variances in stiffness and beam width. No moderation at all. The T-6, which has moderate stiffness, is so light. Couldn't they have an 11.7-12.2 oz stick with moderate SW and stiffness. The racquets look really nice, but there are no specs in that lineup that look remotely usable - too stiff, or too flexy, or too light. Hopefully these are actually their tweener sticks and they'll have another line of heavier, more moderate sticks. The T-7 specs look pretty good, except the extreme flexiness. With that low weight it will play like a noodle.