Comments: I have a Command Power Flex 160 and I like it; then I bought a Lethal Next Gen 160 for a backup racquet and liked it so much that I bought a second Lethal Next Gen 160. I don't really know the reason why I think I play better with the Lethal but I do and that's good enough for me. I'm a solid 'B' player.
From: Nate, Seattle, WA, USA, 10/11
Comments: I've been playing with both the E-Force Command and the NXT Gen Lethal 160 and prefer the Lethal for control. Every time I switch back to the Command, it seems that my game suffers. I'm buying another Next Gen Lethal for my backup racquet.
From: Gary, Seattle, WA, USA, 06/11
Comments: Power has never been an issue with me but control has, especially on the forehand side. I have surely gained some control with this racquet and the factory strings which must be strung above 35 lbs. I like my racquets tightly strung and this racquet is definitely set up that way. I think everyone is saying they gained control which would be true with tighter strings. I truly believe that all manufacturers have great racquets and its just a matter of preference, but I can tell you that being a contracted player for E-Force, my biggest complaint in the past was the vibration and arm problem which has all been eliminated with this racquet. Great Racquet.
Comments: I recently tried to go to another manufacturers racquet after playing with last years Lethal 160 and what a mistake that was. Within a months time, my elbow started to hurt and as a result, I switched back to E-Force and their new NXT Gen Lethal 160. What a difference. There is no vibration whatsoever with the racquet and I have since played with no elbow pain. I will not be going anywhere else but E-force for racquets in the future. This years model plays very well and the balance of the racquet allows for quick hand response and pinpoint accuracy.
Comments: Very good control especially in the front court, superior racquet for doubles. The power is good for the light weight of the 160 grams. Significantly more power than my former O3 Black and MX 170. The frame is stiff however with the Oxygen string there in no issue for muscle-tendon problems. If you are a person who makes wall or floor contact with the racquet this frame is for you, extremely durable.