Head updates lightest member of the Extreme family with some extra stability and easier access to power. Called the Graphene 360 Extreme Lite, this racquet features wider string spacing and a higher swingweight than the previous generation. As a result, it not only offers above average stability and plow through for a light racquet, but it also produces impressive levels of power and spin. In addition to being light enough beginners, this stick has enough stability for the rising intermediate who wants a speedy weapon. It's also quite arm-friendly thanks to a low 62RA stiffness rating. Made with Graphene 360, this stick is reinforced at 3, 9 and 12 o'clock. The result is added stability, which minimizes racquet twisting on off-center contact. The Extreme Lite also comes with 360 Spin Grommets, which feature larger funnel shaped grommets to enable greater string movement and vicious snapback (thin heavy ball rotation). From the baseline the Extreme Lite feels impressively solid for a sub-10 ounce racquet. With its head heavy balance, you'll have enough mass to get the ball moving through the court (think easy power), and the newly widened 16x19 string pattern supplies the ingredients to load the ball with spin. At net, the Extreme Lite offers the best of both worlds. In comes around with decent speed, but it also feels quite solid when blocking back higher levels of pace. Ultimately, this updated version of the Extreme Lite is a great option for the improving player who wants an explosive racquet that combines high levels of pace and spin with above average comfort and stability.