Adipower Pro - min-review. Panda Revelation, 30x31.
Stringing - very pliant, easy to work with. Reminded me of BG66, but a bit more slippery.
Power - 8.5/10. Smashes have good sting, and clears and lifts require almost no effort. Hit the roof a couple of times, actually. Easy power, especially with sharp "tap" shots. Lost a bit of pace with off-centre shots, though.
Control - 8/10. "Closed-face" shots - pushes, serves, drops - always go close to the tape, especially smash blocks... I had more than a few of these die on the tape. However, sliced netters tended to "slide" a bit, losing distance if I was behind the front service line.
Feel - 9/10. Solid punch on power shots off the middle, and nice communication with softer shots.
Sound - 9.5/10. Glorious - loud, brief and metallic. Best sound since 68Ti.
Tension-holding - can't comment yet, but seemed OK.
The lack of control near the net seems to have disappeared completely - this stuff might need breaking in the way the Nanogies do. Made sure to try plenty of net spinners tonight, and a great deal more went over this time.