Hi guys, so I've been using the Yasaka Max Carbon 3D with the Joola Rhyzm-P on the FH and the Yasaka Valmo on the BH ever since I beginner - intermediate player (4 years). Though I stopped playing regularly or seriously 2 years ago, I'm looking to seriously get back into the sport and fix the mistakes that I made with choosing this setup. So the blade is extremely stiff with no flex and no dwell due to its hardness. Hence, I got into the habit of (and pretty good at) just playing a flat game without much spin, only playing on my blocks and occasionally driving or flat hitting. This caused the looping technique that I built (decent) to go to waste, as it was very difficult to find a position where I'd be able to loop with my racket (basically impossible on the BH). Thus, I felt like I had gotten to a level where I could not beat my opponents using my older playstyle, and need to implement the techniques (looping, flicking, opening up on backspin) that I had spent time developing on my coaches all wood BTY Korbel. So I stopped playing table tennis 2 years ago. Now, I want to get back into the sport and change my playstyle to a more spin centric one while retaining the skills that I had development with my old setup. I am now thinking of switching to the Harimoto innerforce alc, with the Dignics 80 on the forehand side, as it is easier to use but also can help me reach a good top end speed with good technique (also good in open ups). and for the backhand side, a softer Tenergy 19, as it is an easier to use medium hardness T05 that can help my develop my backhand topspin and flick further (I really want to develop this). Though I do not have any vids, I am confident that with my technique, I can get the most out of the dignics rubber, and can dig deep into the Harimoto blade ( which I believe will still be a good blade even at a higher level). Plz let me know if this seems like a good setup, or if you have anything better in mind.