Comments: Strung it up for my MG Radical OS at 51/54 lbs. The string had nice feel from the start and settled in
nicely. After 2 sets of doubles, the tension is holding well. Plush feel and not hard on the arm. Very impressed with it. I'm a 4.5
Comments: I second the comments already provided about this hybrid string setup. I also string the Beast at 55 lbs
and the Attack at 58, and I get amazing spin and comfort. I use them on my Prince EXO3 Tour racquet which gives me a lot of
confidence to hit the snot out of the ball while still keeping it in play. Strangely, these strings also last about 3-4 weeks in my
hands. I have adopted these strings as my favorite setup and their performance did exceed the Luxilon Big Banger (regarded as
the holy grail of poly) on my racquet.
Comments: Awesome hybrid and one of the biggest surprises I have had with strings. I strung the Beast XP in the
mains at55 lbs and the Premier Attack in the crosses at 60lbs. This is bar none the most comfortable string I have ever hit with,
even against any other full multi/synthetic gut. Absolutely heavenly feeling to hit with as there is no harshness or vibration. Spin
potential is wonderful and rivals some of the best full poly shaped (hexagon/triangular) strings out there. Power is fair to
moderate and I had no fears of completely swinging out on my strokes. As for durability these strings lasted right at 3 weeks
before the Premier Attack frayed and broke. I am a 4.0 level player and average 3-4 days per week and about 3 hours per day. So
I would estimate I got about 39 hours out of this string before it broke. I am currently playtesting quite a few string setups right
now and this is my #1 choice so far.