Ok, let's go with the premise that the 'Racquets' section is for those who are very serious about their playing and perhaps play competitively to a fairly high standard. Which makes me think that my views on rackets is probably more suited to this section. Although I do play in a competitive league and some of my opponents perhaps take it a bit too seriously, I on the other hand do not. I love playing tennis and I have my moments when I play well and other times when I play down right awful. I have tried various rackets over the past year, but I keep returning to pretty basic aluminium rackets that I've either had for 15/20 years (Prince Titanium Integra) and a recently acquired Prince Pro 110. I even have a new cheap Prince racket that looks like its graphite but its basically a coated titanium alloy as well. I keep reading that aluminium rackets are rubbish, are bad for your arm because of vibrations, etc, but I think theyre really nice to play with. Maybe I am of a standard that means I do not have the ability to know the difference between good and bad or that I just have decent aluminium rackets.....I don't know. Or maybe it stems back from being 12 years old and watching the rich people with their fancy aluminium rackets and wishing I had the same.