So I think maybe my machine is ANOTHER 3lb over again as my old 24lb ti70 rings way higher than a 28lb karakal done on a wise(?) electronic head by a seasoned stringer. Either I'm WAY off the mark still or they haven't calibrated in a while, or are just plain lying? Note, the users are happy so the actual poundage is moot. I'm not knocking anyone's work. I guess existing tension and match it, adjust accordingly, even if I think I'm stringing 16lb or whatever. I just find it odd! I check my frequency vs other stringers here and seems ok within 1lb perhaps. I've never gone over 28lb / 1300 hz and currently using 26lb BG66U, to be redone at 24 next time. So pretty modest but there is no way I'm handling 29lb+ on that with my matchstick arms. MarkA old racquet done at 33lb vs850 measured (after some use) and felt like 27 to me, so that sounds about right. I bought a fishing scale that reads 1lb over what I think it should be, confirmed by weighing a 16lb car wheel for comparison. Also 32lb bg80p lasting months of hard misshits just doesn't sit right so I can't see that I'm still under-reading. Just for discussion, what's going on here? Does anyone else experience this?