K61 team is a good racket for asian as it has the built quality of a K61 but its light weight lets you play for a long time without tiring your arms out. but K61 is for higher level player who can generate their own power i.e. twisting the body during the stroke to effectively shift the weight of the whole body onto the ball. it is good becoz it trains you to do the full stroke all the time in order to hit the ball correct. it is why I can pick up any cheap racket and still play decently.
one thing to get more power out of the racket is to string it at a lower tension. I string mine @ 62lbs as I am a big hitter but as the tension drops with time, the racket will feel more powerful while control will become more and more difficult. In your case, you can try starting @55lbs or less and once the string runs in, you will get a lot more power.
I have been using my nPS for three years and recently acquired a brand new K95 Team because they are the same spec and weight so once my nPS dies, I won't need to accustom to a new racket again.
I also have a K Blade 98 (about 5% heavier than K61 Team0 for playing at slower courts when I need more power.