After reading through a TWU article I came across the idea to string a Wilson Steam 99S spaghetti style :twisted: (and a control strung up normally). I tried it with the spinniest string I know of, Solinco Tour Bite 17 and got insane results (no wonder spaghetti stringing is illegal) when comparing it with the normally strung racquet. A lot of touch/feel was lost, but when you can get so many more rpms, who cares? Shots that should never, ever go in were dropping. Angles like no other were created. And the best of all, kick serves were flying over my rather small (5'6") opponents head. Try it yourself sometime...the only disappointment you'll get is that you won't be able to use it in actual matches.