I'm aware the topic of string tension has been beaten to death multiple times on this forum but I haven't come across this idea yet. Recently I strung Bg80 at 26lbs compared to my usual 24. Anyway, In the beginning I noticed my smashes were just cannons compared to normal and my backhand clear was actually baseline to baseline instead of the doubles back service line. Since power clearly wasn't an issue with this slightly higher tension I was thinking I might string all my rackets at this tension. However, my soft shots felt different. They weren't necessarily worse, but I just didn't feel them. Especially net shots. It's like they weren't on my racketbed long enough for me to feel what I was doing. Most of my shots were still fine, but good shots and bad shots felt the same. Usually when you hit a bad shot you feel you're playing a bad shot as you hit it, but now I just didn't feel anything. So, does string tension affect hard shots and soft shots differently? Is your ideal tension different for different shots? Has anyone had a similar experience in the past? Should I stick with it to learn to feel the shots at this higher tension, or should I give up the cannons I'm firing to get back the feel on soft shots? Or rather, what would you do?