I have been considering getting a new racket to replace the myriad batch of old sticks that I play with. (Well, not replace so much as augment, since I am thinking about playing league and tourney this coming summer if I can get up to speed for it.) I have been a Dunlop fan for years, and after playing a batch of other rackets, I think I'm really liking the Bio 200. The only thing is that my local shop only had the regular Bio200 available when I demo'd. I like the standard racket very much. With 17g strings it has a fair amount of spin for me (I hit pretty flat), and such a great feel. It was great on my arm and (previously rebuilt) shoulder. I really liked it. So now that I'm looking seriously into getting a racket made within the last 20 years I'm trying to find out if I should really get the other two (Tour and Lite) from TW to demo before I get the regular Bio. Regardless of which I get, I will add a leather grip and customize the weight of the sticks. So, I am wondering, would the Lite give me a bit more spin with much of the same control as I get from the Std.? Is the Lite a 57RA like it says on the TW specs page for the racket or a 65 like it says on the review page? The higher RA is definitely a turn-off for me. Would the Tour be a better choice since I like heavy rackets (380+ with a good HL balance - 10+)? I use dense string patterns typically, so going to a 16x18 seems pretty open to me just as a theory (especially since I use 18x20 in an 80-85" head most of the time). The 61RA isn't as bad as 65, but not as appealing as a 57 in theory as I like to use soft strings and a soft racket to hold the ball on the strings more. I love rackets like the Max200g, the F200 and the Head Graphite Professional, but think a 95 head would be a good thing for competitive play. Can anyone suggest which Bio200 would be the best starting point for me? Thanks.