Seems this never ending debate might finally come to an end. According to some unidentified source at Wilson, All of Roger Federer'r racquets are made from a modified PS 6.0 mold. Roger wanted a larger racquet head from his original 85 sq.in. while trying to maintain ALL the original features of the racquet. Why not use the PS 6.0 95 you may ask? He did not want to and did not like it. In an effort to satisfy him plus successfully market the PS Tour 90, Wilson modified a PS 6.0 85 mold to include the tapered flanges on the throat, a 90 sq.in. head, and the slight modifications to the PWS shape in order to "make it look" like a Tour 90 to the "untrained eye". Yes, they went through all this trouble just for him. Why has this racquet not been released? Apparently Roger didn't want to for some reason and worked it into his contract. Also, he's using 80% Graph. 20% Kevlar like the original PS, nothing changed. The weight and balance are the same proportionality as he was using with his PS 85, customized to the new head size. All his racquets (including the "supposed" nCode that he uses) is actually this racquet, obviously with different paintjobs. He seems to like this racquet very much given that it is the same as his old PS but with a larger head so don't expect him to change. If you're careful take a look a closeup pictures between the old Tour 90 he was "using" and the new nCode he is "using", obviously the same mold looking like the Tour 90 on the head, but like the PS 6.0 on the bottom of the throat and handle. Hopefully this will clarify some doubts and end this nagging debate about Federer's racquet.