I've been experimenting with VS Touch on 3 Radical MPs and have a few questions: VS Touch Mains, MSV Co-Focus Crosses at 55/49 (constant pull) seems very, very, very good. At the danger of messing with a good thing: 1) What would be the effect of flip-flopping it? VS Touch on the crosses and Poly on mains? I would think the feel and that great natural gut feel on big full swings would suffer -- but I'm no expert and wanted to ask (without burning $30 in string). 2) On one racquet I accidentally strung it at 53/49 and, it still plays great, but I can feel the 55/49 Touch/Co-Focus setup is a little crisper/better for me. Should I go even larger on the tension gap -- i.e. 56/48, or is that getting too extreme? 3) A better cross than Co-Focus? I've been a big fan of MSV polys vs. Babolat and even Luxilon polys. Reading the reviews online, I noticed many people used Co-Focus as a VS Touch cross. 'Tried MSV Evo with VS Touch in one setup, but liked the Co-Focus better -- feels softer / better to me. Still, I am open to anything that stays fresh, is smooth and doesn't saw the VS Touch, offers great feel.... 4) Tension good? I can take full, 110% swings and keep the ball within the baseline -- so I don't think the tension needs to go up. Yet, on touch shots, I get very nice feel and pop off the bed -- so I don't think the tension needs to go down either... But I'm no expert. Any suggestions for tensions? All-court player, love to hit with pace and mild top-spin, live by kicking in 2nd serves -- so spin is welcomed on the serve. FWIW, all 3 of my Radical MPs were matched by TW by selecting similar frames from a box of Radicals -- i.e. no lead used / just 3 very similarly manufactured frames with the same static weight (within .02 oz of each other), same balance, same swingweight. Therefore, I feel I am truly comparing only the variances in string setups between the racquets and not feeling the differences between manufacturing inconsistencies. Many thanks in advance.