I disagree: Angell are custom to some extent - they are not tailor made to your specific order. And - what is excellent - their weight holding system in hairpin is very practical to play around with them and get it to specification you would like to have. Much better than tuning retail racquet with led tape and silicon gel. I am a proof of it: I bought 352g loaded timberjack axe on second hand market and tuned it to my prefered set-up in just one hour or so. So I think buying used one and modifying it is great option to find out if this is racquet for you. I guess re-sale loss will be much less this way if you do not like it.It's very tough to resell custom frames to others....it goes against the entire concept of buying a custom frame in the first place. Most of the guys here want a frame for their own individual specs, so it won't be easy to resell them. I have also seen used ones sell here for an average price of around $130-140, so count on a sizable loss if you do find a willing buyer.