I tried out my new At700 today and here is a review about this racket. specs: AT700 3u G4 strung with BG65Power 23x24 Balance: very head heavy flex: very flexible FIRST INTIAL THOUGHTS: wow this racket is REALLY flexible and i was afraid of breaking it because i was constant messing around with it. After hitting for a little bit, i found my shots to be very off. i have completly no control of my shots, but it packs a big punch. All of and more pomy shots were normal, except for my clears, which were not as strong as usual. After i played for 3 hours, i found that all of my shots were a lot more powerful than ever and my clears improved darastically(from my clears at the beginning) As i praticed more and got use to the racket more, my shots continued become better werful. I figured out that altough my racket is a 3u and that is considered very light for many of you(most of you) it is very hard to swing this racket! INdeed, all shots very powerful but it felt very heavy and was very hard to swing with. My friend tested this racket out and even he said this racket was heavy and hard to swing. He is a 4 year player who uses a ISO SP900 SX(AN SP900sx!!!!!!!!!!!!!) One of the most head heavy rackets ever!! Drops i found difficult but maybe it will turn around once i get used to the racket some more. Net shots were beautiful and couldn't be better. I find that BG 65 Power as a very large scale of POWER that you can unleash. and if you are not an experienced player you can play with teh racket for 6 months with weak shots and wonder why. THIS RACKET IS HIGHLY NOT RECCOMMENDABLE FOR BEGINNER-INTERMEDIATE PLayers due to how hard it is to swing the racket. The first 10 minutes i played i sweated a lot and it got me very tired. SO i took a short break. While sitting down i COULDN't STOP SWEATING and was VERY VERY TIred! And yes, this racket is LONG even though not stated i compared the length with my ti 7 LONG and TI SP SS and it was about the same length.