Women's W Line Racquets - Marketing Genius? Blue Shadow, Black Whisper, Spicy Ruby, Savage Lime, Savage Sapphire, Cobalt Storm, Red Fury, Wild Crimson, Blue Steel http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/WilsonWLineRacquets.html Anyone else notice or pay attention to the above W Line racquets? What on earth are the marketing guys at Wilson thinking! These marketing geniuses assume women will actually fall for these racquets if they use names and colors from cosmetics and perfumes. And the sales copywriting is something to behold: "The W6 Wild Crimson is the perfect match for a wild and outgoing personality seeking a racquet...." "Give your game the brilliance of a gemstone with the W4 Savage Sapphire" "....can show a little of your wild side with the W4 Savage Lime" IMO, I don't think these W Line of racquets will go far. Unlike men, many women are NOT seriously interested in racquets, no matter how exotic or 'feminine' Wilson tries to make them sound. Out of curiousity, I sent the link to a bunch of women players at my tennis club and asked them what they thought of it. And I got their feedback. They told me although the names sound nice, they wouldn't spend money on them. They said these racquets don't really generate much interest and they're hardly exciting at all. They added they would rather buy a nCode 4 or 5, or a Prince O3 Red for example. I believe such marketing concept will work on fashion & sports apparel, or even cars (esp. for women drivers). But certainly not racquets. How many women can tell you they actually feel 'sexy' holding a racquet?!! I guess some people at Wilson have not done their research (or survey) thoroughly enough.