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Completely agree about your assessment of both racquets. Now we just have to cross our fingers about the TC98 and hope that it's what we are all dreaming about (including the hoped-for string patterns - 8 Mains 16x19; or a 16x20).That's a fair point. Although the UT has a better feel and is pinpoint, the Angell I think hits a meaner ball than the user perceives. I base that on comments I've received across the net. The TC95 18x20 is still laser precise, but the UT takes it to another level. There's just something confidence inspiring about a frame like the UT that provides adequate power with no surprises. And it's slightly more forgiving, which is all I really wanted compared to the TC95.
And while I'm not one to carry multiple frames, I'm with you in keeping both in my bag: 3 UTs and a pair of TC95 18x20s. Besides, Paul may come through with that TC98 'D' beam yet