I received a couple of Jpsee (pronounced Jipsee) racket samples yesterday. 2 rackets that are more evenly balanced (not head-heavy). the models are: Jpsee Advantac 998 Jpsee Power Tec 99000 the spec are 3UG4, ie. 85-89g with a G4 grip. the manufacturer claims that they are made with 40 Ton graphite rods with top grade Japanese fiber. they backed up their claim by giving a relatively high tension recommendation of 23-28lbs for the Advantac 998, and a rare high 21-29lbs tension recommendation for the Power Tec 99000. having played with it so far with my hands and some bending, i can tell that the shaft is quite stiff, similar to AT700 and feel quite lively. the Advantac is the red one. it has a non-shared hole design for the top of the frame, and ti-mesh on the 3/9 o'clock positions to stabilize the racket. the Power Tec has a internal groove which enlarges the string surface, that has the effect of enlarging the sweet spot. cosmetically the designs are original (ie. they have the decency of coming up with their own design instead of copying Yonex like some clonex brands). the quality of the design is only so-so IMHO. they are at the level of SOTX type design, which means there are some good original elements, but there are also parts of which like the fonts, color used, and pattern not quite up to par with even the regular Yonex rackets. The brand Jpsee is being distributed by Rose Sports in Hong Kong. Jpsee is a Taiwanese company. The owner says it is so far been quite well received by local players in Hong Kong. I have yet to try them out in the court, after I have done so and also put them through some testing, i will post a review.