Yeah, intrigued by that versatility. Can't remember if it was you or someone else recently talking about a tight angled backhand that left him in awe, a shot he'd have never been able to pull off before. Angles are just easier to carve with open patterns, and I suspect this one can put all kinds of crazy mustard on spin serves wide, kickers, etc, with that open pattern and the softness that holds onto the ball a touch longer. Very eager to read your thoughts on this and the Iga side by side. My holicing is on pause because of a stupid back strain/spasm I have to give at least a few more days to cool down. So post any and all thoughts so I can live vicariously.Thanks for sharing! He says the UP 16x19 is ~ 61RA. I can feel that Surprised he said he wasn't getting any pop on serve. That wasn't my experience, but his was stock, and mine has 2g at 12 and 6g from 2/10-5/7.
I think this is the guy I watched doing a video for the Gravity MP (have demos of it, Iga 310, and V1 Pro coming for my son), and I remember thinking this isn't the frame for me if the ball launches like that off the strings, haha. It's just him; my ball wasn't landing like butterflies the other night when I hit the UP 16x19, but as you mention, he tightened the screws during point play, and you can see the versatility of the racquet.