I bought this racquet to replace my Wilson K factor 6.2.
Since it is winter, I have not used it a lot but it feels very responsive, easy to handle and with good control. I still need more time to make a final statement but for the price I think it is a good option.
I play in the Dallas, TX area. My level is 4.0 and usually play 3-4 times a week. I am a baseliner 52 years old male.
As an advanced player, I think the racket is very suitable for me. The design of the racket gives me great control and spin, it helps me improve me skills and win more games in my practice.
Used to play with ProStaff 85 in the eighties and switched to another racket. I liked the smaller head but realized that the ProStaff 100 was lighter and better for my game. I love this racket. I'm now 67 years old and play the way I did 30 years ago. The serve, volley, baseline and overall ground strokes come together beautifully with this racket.
I have tennis elbow. This racquet is easy on the arm even on mis-hits. I'm getting nice spin on my serve too. Noticed that I must slow my racquet head velocity on serves and let the racquet do the work. Getting a little more pop on volleys so be prepared to make an adjustment there. Age 52, played tennis for nearly 40 yrs, 4.0 - one handed backhand