If it ain't broke, don't fix it—but maybe tweak it. That seems to be Prince's game plan as it updates the Phantom line. With the second-generation Phantom 100P, Prince drops "Pro" from the name and adds Twaron in the hoop and shaft of the racquet. Our tester who also reviewed the original Phantom Pro 100P thought the newer model felt crisper and more responsive in the upper hoop as a result. The soul of the racquet remained, however. Stability, feel and plow through were consistent themes throughout the playtest. The entry fee to unlocking that solid, powerful response was a swingweight close to 330, which some of our testers struggled with while on the run. A thin box beam construction and low 59 RA gave this racquet plenty of comfort and good control, and our team felt in command of their shots from all areas of the court. Although the Phantom 100P felt tougher to maneuver than many of today's 100-square-inch racquets, the benefits were clear. Players who are on the hunt for plow through, stability and excellent ball feel from a more forgiving 100-square-inch head size should take a good look at this Phantom 100P.