Hey @avocadoz et al. do you find the UT transmits power better on the serve than the TT95? I found it feels like the head flex, particularly in the top half of the hoop of the TT95 robs me of a little omph on serve; I'm hoping what I perceived to be a firmer feeling hoop in the UT gives me the serve mph I'm used to with my Equipes. (As my Equipes and my extended TT95 are 28", I'm going to have to extend an Ultra Tour to make an 'apples to apples' comparison myself.) On the extension subject, I finally had a hit with an H22 98" last week, not sure of the actual specs - it said 305g inside the handle but may have had additional silicon - and it was just beautiful to hit with. It was firm enough to transmit an impressive amount of power, had virtually no jarring or unwanted vibration and plenty of desirable feedback. It was strung with Lux Alu mains and M2 crosses; given the comfort and power I experienced I thought the tension would be low, i.e. the strings would feel loose when I pressed them with my thumbs, but they actually felt suprisingly firm - apparently the racquet was strung in the low to mid 50s. This delightful 'Holy Grail' experience has nonetheless thrown a spanner in the works re my plans to buy and extend a UT; apart from being generally expensive, I'm under the impression - please anyone in the know correct me if I'm wrong - that H22s are pallet system handles, and so would have to be extended by different means than the pro shop that extended my TT95 and Tour 98 ESP used. Basically if I could get reasonably priced 28" H22s - don't seem to see these much, if at all, maybe I should consider 27.5" - I would jump all over 'em (For he on honey-dew hath fed / and drunk the milk of paradise.)
H22s have molded foam grips like standard Wilson racquets.
The hairpin, however, is shaped to fit Head grip pallets if you decide you want to put Head pallets on and take the molded foam off.