Likes: The ultra-thin beam makes this racquet aerodynamically adept and provides the touch of a wood frame for advanced players, who relished its exceptional control. The frame comes with three interchangeable butt cap options (and a key to open and close the cap) and bumper guards in different weights, allowing for customization. The stick’s sleek cosmetics were inspired by Apple's iPod and Macbook Air, giving the racquet a high-tech look to complement a classic feel.
Dislikes: If you can’t consistently find the sweet spot, this racquet won't provide much pop. If power is of primary importance, you may want to try play-testing Donnay's X-Dual frames.
Bottom Line: Control connoisseurs capable of cracking the ball without help from wider-beam frames may thrive with this frame, but it requires a full swing to make the most of its talents. The higher you reside on the NTRP scale, the better this frame will play. If you’re below a 4.5 and don't possess a full, fast swing, this probably isn't the right frame for you.