I seem to only like box beam construction (ProStaff 6.0, old 80s Yonex etc.). Why are 99% of the racquets tubular? I think feel is compromised. Also, why can't a co. come out with a 19mm box beam 95 sq. in., with a reasonable swingweight (~325), a decent static weight >12 ounces and enough stiffness so it's not a noodle like the Donnay Pro Int. (which I own...PS 6.0 95 was close but too thick, too low of a swingweight and a dead upper hoop)???? Unfortunately Head racs. don't work for me - too flexible, tight patterns for the most part and grip shapes that cater to 2hbh. I guess this is more of a rant. Sorry if in wrong location.