greetings guys, I acquired a VT80. I spent some time investigating it in a little bit more detail. While all the serials (engraving and also logic), hologram sticker, tension and grip size engravings, butt cap (color) are fine, I noticed 1 thing. The thickness of the T-joint. This is my first VT (or say head-heavy Yonex). Until today I only played Nanospeeds (NS8000, 9900). Yonex says this is their thinnest frame yet manufactured. I compared it to my old NS8000 (2008) and can see a the difference. I can clearly recognize that the NS8000 shaft is thinner from both angles- front and side/profile. The difference on T-joint is even bigger. I know NS's got slim heads, this VT80 has thicker head frame all over too. I don't suspect fake product (comes from official distributor/Germany), but still have a question: is this shape and thickness of the T-joint typical for a head heavy VT/AT series? I saw such thick joints only older low-end Carlton and Babolat rackets. What do you guys think from the pictures (side-by-side with my genuine NS8000)?