I just received my racket 2 days ago, and I'd like to share my experience with the T2. The racket i received: 86.2g 285BP G5 strung with BG 80 at 25lbs. Previous racket: Joobong (86.5g and im not sure about the BP) strung at 25lbs with bg80. My first impression: When i received the air-mail, i was so excited to finally hold the racket. I was so eager to try the racket that i went to string it the day i received it! The color of the racket was better than what it looks like in the photo. Or should i say it is one of my racket appearance-wise. (arc-10 has to be no.1) The frame looks sturdy, and there was no scratch, no flaw on the racket. When i finally got to play with the racket, i have to say i was pretty impressed. As people say, the racket is very manueverable, and excels in defense. Swing speed was fast which impressed me. It was easy to adopt to the T2 since my Joobong racket weighs about the same, was strung at the same tension, and the balance point seems to be very similar, if not identical. I made very very little mishits, and i was happy about that . When i played doubles with this racket, defense was easy, netshots were good, easy to counter attack, but i think my joobong had better power than my T2,but T2 had a larger sweet spot which meant more forgiveness. Overall, I'd like to say i am pretty impressed with the T2. I have been using light weight rackets, especially headlight rackets, and this is one of my favorites, but id say i still prefer the Joobong. Conclusion: I'd like to emphasize this point, both T2 and Joobong are great rackets, i feel joobong better fitted to my playstyle but you guys might find T2 better. This is extremely personal, and i hope you just use this info as a reference. Power : 9 Maneuverable :10 Defense: 10 Feel: 9.5 Pros: affordable price, but excellent performance overall. Good for doubles. Cons: took 8 days for shipping, and its just too long! Oh well, i guess its worth it though.