Hi guys, I need your expertise. I'm thinking about buying some SW35 rackets. I've read alot about this racket on this forum, especially very good things. However, I read different things about it. Some say it's really head heavy, others say it's not as heavy as the AT900P. Mostly I'm concerned about its stiffness. First some info about myself: I play singles, doubles and mixed. I can play quite well and I'm not a beginner. I use a lot of power play. I smash when I can, but I also like to play deceptive. Kinda like Taufik, who's my idol ofcourse. I'm not so much of a wrist player. I'm more of an arm player. I used to play with MP99. Now I play with AT900P with BG80 on 28,5/31 lbs. It goes well. Smashes are hard and defence is good too. I guess I like the hold of the racket, cause I don't have a very snappy wrist. I'm a bit afraid to buy AT900P again, cause with this tension the string cuts through the frame on the 4/8 o'clock section after a few stringjobs. However, it can stand a few clashes with others. So that I like. Now I'm looking for Victor. I've read Victor rackets are quite strong and good. I think the SW35 would suit me quite well, but I still have some questions. How does it compare to the AT900P? I might like a racket that is slightly (head)lighter, but still head heavy. I really don't like head light rackets. Some say it is lighter than the AT900, some say it's really head heavy... My AT900P has a BP of 298mm with string and one layer of supergrap. The thing I'm most concerned of is its stiffness. I tried a BS10, which suppose to have the same stiffness and is slightly head heavy. Firstly, it feels too head light. Probably due to its aerodynamics. Secondly, I had some trouble with hitting the shuttle deep and/or hard. I really had to put effort in it. Probably the combination of not headheavy enough/aero frame and the stiffness makes it not suitable for me. Maybe better for wristy players. So how would de SW35 play? Will the head heavyness result in some whippyness that the BS10 doesn't have? Is the frame strong enough for that kind of stringtension and racket clashes? Or should I try the BS11/SW36? Is the BS11 more head heavy than the BS10? I read different things about that. I know it is more flexible, but how much? And the SW36? How would that one compare to AT900P? The thing is: I don't have THAT much money to spend. And I can find the SW35 for €90 in Germany. The other Victor rackets I can't find on the internet in Germany and here in Holland it's quite expensive. Anyone some advise??? Thanks in advance! Cheers!