Allow me to share my thoughts on racquet theory and how we will never find that racquet that makes us play like a pro. I feel like these boards is a major component towards always having you searching for a better and better racquet. I'll use myself as an example, since i've switched from my head LM radical OS (beginning days), I went straight into the n90. From here I didn't really care about the tenniswarehouse boards, I was having too much fun trying to perfect my One hander DTL which btw feels amazing when you pass someone, tennis was amazingly fun and I didn't care if the top 25 is using 100sq in racquets. Then I started frequenting these boards more, and every time I would end up in the racquets section I would always start to doubt things..."is the n90 too heavy for me? Do I need a bigger headsize? Would a prestige fit my game? Wow what a nice review on the dunlop aerogel 200 seems like a good racquet...I am shanking a bit...I think...Will this racquet bring my game up" so on and so forth. For a while I did venture out of my n90's without much success, my strokes have been so grooved to the weight and feel that nothing but a mid felt comfortable, I ultimately ended up with the k90's back to what I was comfortable with, and just recently the phenomenon started up again, "this prince rebel seems really good, should I just move up to the k/blx 95?" For a while I was just playing with my I.prestige midplus (great racquet btw) but nothing can compare to my k90's I took back out today. What originally sparked these enlightening(for me, feel free to agree) thoughts was reading Ross K's post. He continually asks what are the pros and cons to a racquet....!! continually buying racquets, I mean things like this are very subjective to the player and their style, No player in the world will have the same thoughts and same preferences as you, as any of you, so whats the point of going through 300 racquets and never finding a racquet you like? Just pick a racquet you play well with and work on your game! Fair game to TW, creating a board such as these is brilliant in its idea, having people compare racquets only brings up interest in other frames...from a buisness perspective its brilliant and the racquet companies themselves understand that the majority of tennis players whos chances to make it pro are unlikely will always be searching for a better racquet to bring them to another level, but honestly I feel that everytime you swtich racquets you just restarted the clocks and now have to get adjusted that racquet instead of progressing with the one you had. I guess what i'm saying is, we're brainwashed so hard into believing finding the perfect racquet for our game is going to make us ultimately happy with our game...but honestly, how many racquets have you switch to and in the beginning months you feel its perfect, and end up switching a month later, I mean the term honeymoon with a racquet is evidence enough that this is actually accepted in our minds. I believe the racquet companys have succeeded into basically brainwashing all club players (hope that doesn't sound too much like a conspiracy, it is their goal though, keep you buying the "new Technology"). Young proffesionals rarely if ever change racquets because they understand its the man swinging the stick, not the stick itself, when their serve is off, they get back to technique..rituals, timing. Not changing to a bigger headsize. What do you guys think, I know long, but if you've stayed with me and read, you owe it to yourself to post I appreciate every ones thoughts, you can agree, disagree, just don't start any flame wars as I will totally ignore them, I feel too philosophical right now(i know...) to engage in trolling activities. My personal apologies to Ross K, I don't know you personally, I just found you to be the biggest example I can use, Please do not feel offended as like I said, I don't know you personally, you sound like a cool homie anyway. i'd like for you to post as well.