I'm a former tennis player now playing pickleball exclusively with TMPR paddles. I'm on my third one, the Terra TC-13. I like the thinner (13mm vs 16mm) body. It retains the right amount of solid feel I get from my other TMPR paddles for serves, ground strokes and controlling hard drives at the kitchen, yet has a light touch benefiting my soft game at the net. The paddle core and face texture allow accurate placement with significant spin when needed.
The Terra TC-13 combines the features I like from my other TMPR paddles into one great paddle that feels like it was made just for me! The new shape has a longer sweet-spot and a slightly curved top that fits my swing perfectly. From my tennis background I appreciate the longer grip, which fits my ergonomic expectation and gives me extra reach on wide shots and net poaches. I also like that its available in a "heavy-weight" option—I play an 8.3 oz. paddle for power and defensive control at the kitchen. I also like their sturdy bound-edge design which contributes to the overall solid TMPR feel.
I've demoed paddles from other major manufacturers, and the TMPR paddles always feel so much better than those typically thinner, harder, edgeless alternatives with shorter grips which were harder to control and tended to spin in my hand. I can't imagine playing any other paddle than a TMPR. In addition to their fantastic equipment, TMPR has extraordinary customer service and support. You can't go wrong with TMPR or the Terra TC-13.