I think this is the big issue. Many pros use sticks very close in static weight, SW and head size to the 93P. What they don't use is racquets anywhere near the specs of an off the shelf retail 11 oz Babolat. So saying a 93P is for recreational players only is pretty funny. If anything its far closer to pro specs than most retail frames.I don't know of a single professional player that plays with a racquet under 12oz, and slamming a racquet of this weight for maneuverability issues when you're just not used to it is a bit ignorant.
It's a great mid and certainly fits a playstyle and mindset of controlling the point. I agree it is not the ultimate defenders stick but I think I'd give up tennis if all it was about was being a human backboard. Controlled aggression. That's my playstyle and why a 93P works for me.