Ok, I don't know if this post belongs here, but since I'm also including the impression I got from the racquet I guess it is ok. I know it is a little long, but I think you'll enjoy this story. I am playing last night with my wife at the public courts when a gentleman walks in with a big Wilson bag. Out of it he pulls out a brand spanking new nSix-One Tour racquet and begins to hit with his partner. I come up to him and say "how do you like the new nCode?" He tells me "well, I got a matched pair of them because I thought they would compare to my Tour 90 matched pair, but honestly I don't like it. I see you're using a Tour 90 (he tells me)." I wanted to try his racquet out (bold move) so I ask him if I can hit a couple of balls with his nCode. I proceed by giving him my racquet to hold on to. As I hit with his racquet (only a few balls) the first thing I noticed was the fact that the nSix-One Tour is a lot more evenly balanced than the Tour 90. It does not feel "that" head light at all. Anyways I must have hit 4-5 balls and I start walking towards the guy again. I see him taking a look at my masterful hybrid (Lux & synth) string job. As I'm about to hand his racquet back I tell him "this is a nice racquet" and he responds "do you have another of these Tour 90's?" "Yes" I respond. He then says "are they both new?" I had gotten a matched pair replacement from Wilson about 2 weeks ago when I cracked one of my racquets (Wilson is SO NICE, they replaced BOTH racquets even though only one was damaged). So I tell him, "yes, this one I've used for about 2 weeks and the other one I have not used at all.....it is in my car." He proceeds by telling me "want to trade?"............I'm like "exsqueeze me? are you serious?" He goes "yes, a new matched pair for a new matched pair......even trade" I calmly walk to my car, pick up my other Tour 90 and come back to the guy. We do the exchange and he finishes saying "good, now I have four of the racquets that I like". I say "thanks a lot and enjoy them"........I proceed by getting the heck out of there before he changed his mind....... I still can't believe it.....I wish I could have hit a little more with it, but now I'll have PLENTY OF TIME for that......I'm still in disbelief that I got a brand new nSix-One Tour matched pair of racquets for my Tour 90 pair...... NOW, I'll do my best to post a more complete review tomorrow after I hit with the racquet today, but looking at it I can say that Wilson did a MUCH BETTER JOB in the paintjob......all you Tour 90 owners know what I mean, specifically where the yellow met the black on the inside of the top of the frame......paintjob on the Tour 90 was really crappy there. Also, as I said before, the most noticeable thing was the weight distribution of the racquet. It felt more like the PS 6.0 85.........I knew I was holding a player's racquet unlike the Tour 90 that felt incredibly head light even though it is on the same weight range. In the few balls that I hit I was able to find the sweetspot fairly easily, something that I was still working on with my old Tour 90's. There it is.......I know some of you hate me right now, but what can I say? I was in the right place at the right time...... Hope you enjoyed my anecdote and will write soon.... L.