Hi, this is my first thread so I hope I do everything properly... Anyways, I'm an intermediate player who plays for ~4-5hours a week, playing both singles and doubles (but mainly doubles). I'm coming from a Nanospeed 800 strung with BG66 Ultimax @ 24lb tension and I absolutely love it. I've had the racket for a good 30 months and I've noticed that their is a crack in it's frame so I need to buy its successor The Nanospeed 800 really worked well to my wristy style of play due to it's head light nature. I would say I'm an all round player with a slight emphasis on defence to maximize my advantage with my racket. I'm looking to spend a tad more and buy a 'high-end mid-range' racket (if that makes sense). My budget will be flexible but around the £80 mark. I want the racket to be similar to the 800 but maybe to pack more punch in clears and smashes whilst retaining it's head-light feel and quick manoeuvrability. So ideally the NanoSpeed 990 seems to be the obvious choice but due to the new NanoRay series, I'm thinking that these series may be more technologically advanced. I've been doing a lot of research but there's not a lot (more like none) of reviews, so I would like to know how good these rackets are in terms of hands on experience. Here's those Yonex graph thingys (I couldn't find one graph with all rackets on it) NS800 NS990 NR80 I'm going to be open-minded for my choice, so if anybody has other recommendations, please suggest them but I do feel that I have correctly narrowed it down to these two racquets. But still, feel free to suggest any others around my £80 price range. Thanks in advance.