i prefer the older ig youtek version and found that one to be more maneuverable.
I demoed three rackets from midwestsports (head youteck and two dunlops biometric 3.0 and 6.0) and head youteck is my favorite one. i feel very comfortable playing with it and as i played with three rackets in turns, i always wanted to return to head racket. it's a love from the first sight. but downside is for me that i needed to apply more power to this racket and when i missed the sweet spot, the stroke came out very weak. It's a very good racket for advanced player with fast swing. my level is 3 or 4 + and i do not always come up with a nice stroke. i gave this racket to other players with higher level than me, and they confirmed that it's a very comfortable and easy to play a racket with for someone with decent technique. otherwise, it's a very comfortable racket at hand, and pretty maneuverable even for 3-4+ player like me. this racket gave me a good confidence about controlling the ball on the court. i like that it's light, and soft on the contact with the ball. I would highly