The Wilson 6.2 lives on in this K Factor version of the popular skunk -- a name derived from its black and white cosmetic. Like the previous nCode 6.2, the KSix-Two moves away from the head heavy balance of the early versions and features a head light balance, resulting in an extremely maneuverable feel. The KSix-Two feels light in the hand, is mobile and allows players to swing quickly through the ball, offering access to power and plenty of spin. Stronger baseline players might want to add weight to this one, which is 10.5 ounces strung, if they're looking to hit a "heavy" ball. We again found the racquet easy to maneuver at net, offering good directional control on volleys. This time around, Wilson is offering the K Factor version in a single midplus headsize of 100 square inches with a standard 27 inch length. In stock form, this one is a must demo for all-court players at the 3.5+ level.