Just a heads up, I need to test this racket on court yet. I paid £84 for a Voltric 50 E-Tune, and have both the 'silver' and 'purple' E-Tune parts. The racket I received is a UK coded 4UG4. It weighs in at a total of 88 grams. It has a headweight of 42g, a balance point of 323mm, and is slightly less stiff than the Victor TK9000 when bending by hand. I realise it's BG3, the beefiest of strings, but jesus the charts weren't kidding. It's really head heavy. It doesn't really feel it on dry swings, but I suspect that'll change on court. One thing that stood out to me is the strange cap, it listed the voltric control cap but I got something completely different instead. See pictures below. This is a Made in Taiwan racket as against a Made in Japan racket, and lacks the fancy alloys and rare earth metals like tungsten in the frame. That's not a huge concern for me. My aim is to find a modernised and viable alternative to the Li Ning N90, and right now this is shaping up nicely to sit in that void. The extra flex is welcome, but it still carries enough of a beefy, 4+2 pattern to be modernised. It also has the E-Tune parts, if for whatever reason, I somehow don't find 40-42g head heavy enough. The paint is as pretty in person as it is in the pictures, it's actually quite striking. I like the combination of grey and green on a racket, but always found the NR900's grey to be a little too silver. I'll be testing this racket with BG 80 and BG 66UM, as they're the closest thing to my truly preferred string... I'll have to order some more of that from China... I'll report back when I've tested it on court, for now here are some pictures.