Known as the Aero Storm when it was introduced in 2007, the Babolat Pure Aero VS has seen some significant changes throughout the years. With this 2020 update, Babolat makes some major spec tweaks, including a slightly heavier weight, a more head-light balance and a thicker beam in strategic locations. Additionally, there are two ways to purchase the racquet. Players can buy the standard single racquet, or they can buy the racquet in a two-pack with a guaranteed maximum weight difference of a single gram. For this playtest we fielded a diverse group of playtesters with a broad range of spec preferences. The fact that the Pure Aero VS appealed to each player speaks volumes to its versatility on court. As expected, the standout features were spin potential, easy depth and excellent maneuverability. Although there weren't any specific downsides that the playtesters agreed on, some wanted a little extra power on serves (like they get with the standard Pure Aero). Additionally, one tester also noted that there was some customization potential to increase the swingweight and stability levels. All in all, players with modern strokes looking for a more control-oriented version of the Pure Aero should try the new Babolat Pure Aero VS.