From May 2010:
Eric O wrote:3 S Wizards Soft/Med
3 DX Rancho Rocs (occasionally will replace the newest with a Star Rancho where durability is an issue)
1 Champ Gator
2 Star Eagles
1 Z Pred
1 Star Orc
2 Champ Orc
1 1st Run ESP Nuke
I finally got a PD to try out recently and it almost lives up to the ridiculous amount of hype it basks in around here. I've been modifying my bag around them in stages. I did a similar thing with SOLFs for a time after they became available across several types of plastic, but eventually they were overtaken by Orcs. We shall see in time whether or not the PD bag lasts. Here's what it's looking like at the moment (discs in bold are new additions to the bag since my last posting):
3x S Wizard Soft/Med
3x DX Rancho Roc
1x CFR Gator
1x Star Eagle1x CE Eagle-X
1x Champ Wraith
The CE Eagle is like a new Star Eagle that hit a couple trees, but it stays that way forever. PDs are pretty much self explanatory for the majority of distance driving duties. Nukes are out in favor of Wraith. I went with Z Nukes once they were on the market. Fantastic disc but probably a touch fast for my arm. I can get a Wraith out almost as deep but on a wider variety of lines and without having to try as hard.
There is nothing there for max D in a headwind, but once my larger capacity golf bag arrives I will look in my stack to add a high PLH Wraith, or another mold if that doesn't cut it.
As much as I love Eagles, there is probably some speed overlap with PDs. Right now I'm still finding it useful to carry both but I may end up auditioning Cyclones instead to bridge the gap a little more evenly between Rocs and PDs.