Consider all the differences below and also how you play the game.
If you play at the net most of the time, then a head light racket – may suit. However there is the ever popular Astrox 88s which combines the feel and speed of a head light racket with a head heavy power balance. If you are a rear court player, a head heavy racket – can maximize your overhead power.
Or you could select a racket to help with the weaker part of your game, so if you can generate power easily from the rear court but struggle to defend smashes, then a head light racket – might be an option. And visa versa.
If you are a beginner, then a low to mid range racket with flexible/medium shaft may be easy to play with. Opt for string tension no higher than 24lb.
If you are an advanced player, then a stiff shaft racket will give better accuracy. Whilst your good technique will generate power. String tension 24lb+