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But again, without the dampeners both racquets would send a jackhammer crew over my entire palm! Playing all of these sticks in the same session really allowed me to noticed the great control of racquet, the sweet pop, and the very soft feel of the racquet regardless of how hard I hit it. Great improvement over my LiquidMetal! Comments: I've played with several brands, mainly all or grams. I also performed this test with last years and and feel that not only is this and ideal weight, but it feels great on my elbow and wrist. In addition, the ball sometimes steered off to a different direction during a swing. Comments: I demoed 7 racquets before finally choosing this one. I could tell where the ball was and how it spun or shot out of the racquet. My touch shots have improved dramatically. But that's just my education integrating into this observation. I might try 35 lbs on restringing because I would to tweak the control slightly, but I'm elated at 34 lbs. Comments: Excellent racket with a TON of power. Definitely a great investment. I currently play with the 03 white and I am considering the switch to the Meanstreak. I was not impressed with the shortened length feel due to the smaller sweet spot probably because of the tighter string tension that reduced the trampoline effect on the string bed. Being strung at 34 lbs, you become a better player. Together they've taken my game up significantly. This racquet was a factor in my game improvement. The balance of this racquet is very even and it handles very well. Has awesome control if you know what you are doing because of the weight of the racket, it seemed to really wear on my shoulder and fatigue my arm at the end of a long tournament day, though. This racquet weighs exactly the same as the E-Force strung. Comments: I just received this racquet yesterday and played with it for a couple of games. I took multiple "air swings" with both and discovered to my surprise I liked the better. After hitting with my roommates Extreme I decided I would give Head a go. Really great strings. Well, it didn't disappoint. I love this racquet because of the power but my accuracy has taken a hit because I'm still adjusting to the head heaviness of the racquet versus the balanced O3 Red. Comments: I had read good things about the new Head racquets and decided to demo a few. So no improvement here either. The weighting of the racquet also facilitate most of the work. I upgraded from my Head Metallix I have found this racquet to be much powerful and it provides much better control as well. After correcting my form I discovered a new level of power and control that was not possible before. As a result, the warp zone of the string bed was not as wide as my LiquidMetal. The weight and balance of this racquet feel just right and I would gladly recommend it to anyone looking for a new racquet. Now for the strings. This racquet hits very hard and has great control. The vibration was very minimal for both racquets, so no improvement here. I did some research and ordered this racquet along with a Ektelon O3 and Wilson KSonic with a partner, since we live outside the States we can't apply for demo program, after trying the racquets I went with HEAD! Lots of feel, power, and control. I had a car accident some years ago were I injured my right arm especially my elbow and this racquet does not give me any pain. This is by far the best. When I aimed for the left corner from the center court, I ended up launching the ball off to the center or near the right corner and I did not mean to slice or pinch the ball! I imagine my play will improve with time as I grow accustomed to this racquet. I believe that is because it is only 1 pt head heavy, plus it's an ideal weight. The sweet spot somehow felt smaller and concentrated into the middle of the racquet's head compared to the Liquid Metal's top head area. Well balanced for my style. These strings and tension allow for a ton of power even just trying to place the ball. I hit the best splat shots I have ever hit. From i, liquidmetal , Metallix , extreme , to now the royal flush I've also tried the problem child. Honestly, I don't know how they make such a lightweight racket with such power and control. If you stay away from Head because you haven't liked past Head racquets probably because the are usually very head heavy then give this racquet a shot. If you want to perform power shots it is light enough to blast the ball, plus heavy enough to make accurate touch shots without compromise. Forehand responds very straight in-and-out giving me great placements on any shot. Played tournament with the Problem Child In summary The Problem Child is more for me. Amazing racquet. I used the Gamma Worm dampeners to accommodate both racquets to facilitate a fair comparison. I was trying to keep an open mind being a die hard Ektelon fan in the past. It took me about and hour or two of drilling to appreciate this racquet with the new strings. Good power and good feel up front. Maybe it's the science behind it - stiffer frame, flatter frame bevel, and tighter tension at 35lbs. Truly a balanced and amazing racquet. It was not the racquet - it was me! Perhaps this is why I had that 'shorter' racquet length feel. Read my review on the Blackjack for my thoughts on that racquet. The great balance of the racquet really allows my wrist to flick from open to close in the follow-through. With the overly tight stock strings common on factory strings , I would speculate in the 40's, you can still smash a ball with poor form, but it's self limiting. Great power output in ratio of effort vs power production. Comments: After a big disappointment with the Prokennex KM racquet because the lack of quality, warranty and costumer support. I've demoed 24 racquets and this is the one for me. My backhand has significantly improved not because of new racquet mentality or "magic" of the racquet. Comments: I just got this racquet a couple of weeks ago. I now own two Head Black Jacks, all you have to do is try one. I got one, then a week later got another one, because I knew if my first one broke I would immediately return to the same racket.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Try to power the ball and the racquet and strings deliver. Fortunately I gave the Full House a shot. I can't wait till Head significantly raise the quality of their racquets again. It just feels more solid and natural, like swinging a proper weighted bat. My previous racquet, a Ektelon O3 Red, after two years of use finally cracked. Just demo this racquet, until this year I was not a big fan of Head Racquets but the Black Jack is awesome. This racquet performed much better for me than my O3 White which I was happy with. This really is the best racquet made so far. However, I was skeptical about its power. I was able to retrieve the racquet a little bit faster than my LiquidMetal thanks to the 'shorter' feel of the racquet, although it is the exact same length for both models. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I own several head racquets. Before buying mine, I demoed both the and head, which was a fail because the strings were shot as most demos are. With these strings at such a balanced tension if your form is poor you will mishit or skip. I liked it from the first swing. Great power and control. At that very moment when the ball makes contact with the string bed, the feel was no difference between the two. I skipped multiple times before I figured out what was wrong. I will be buying 2 in the future. My friend has a Royal Flush with the Softflex I was certain I would end up with that racquet, because both that racquet and the strings were uncanny. Don't let the listed weight scare you away. I even chose this one over the new Head Royal Flush.