yeah its a great all round stick but it has that same thing the PS85 has... when you really connect it just destroys stuff... far more than youd expect. The adjustments I made were to hiting at 75%-80% on rally balls and still drawing "forced" unforced errors from the heaviness it produces.It definitely took me a while to find the sweet spot of the racquet with my two hander. Mishits did however go in, just with less power and were sometimes floaters. The two hander is my go to, but I can sporadically hit nice OHBH when I actually set up for it. I just need to practice that to get more consistent. I relied on a backhand slice which it does in spades when I was not feeling confident with the two hander.
I did however hit the most amazing two handed backhand with it...a powerful crosscourt passing shot that was well placed. That's the thing with this racquet - I found myself hitting just amazing shots....but it's not like I didn't also make errors. My errors were either mishits, or balls sailing long. I believe I can improve those things with more practice using it and perhaps some string adjustments. But I don't know if I necessarily hit more errors than usual. I may take some video today with it if I can get out , the weather is really nice in Orlando right now
I wrote this classic review years ago: https://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/index.php?threads/angell-tc95-16x19-flexy-shakedown.553138/ detailing my adjustment process