I've had this same set-up for the past 2-3 years, at least in terms of the molds used.
175 1.2 QOLF - beefy yellow/orange marbled plastic. Great HSS, but still workable out to 415'ish.
172 1.1 SOLF - well-used. Hyzer-flips and rollers.
175 1R Star TB - moderately overstable, domey.
173 CE TB - very flat, dead straight with predictable fade for last 15-20% of flight.
175 10x KC TB - pretty flippy, tons of glide, great slow turner.
175 Glow FB - retardedly overstable, little glide. Utility disc.
174 CE FX - well used, but still overstable with decent glide.
179 Star "baby" Rancho Roc - headwind shots...moderately overstable, but lacks glide.
180 BB Rancho - moderately overstable with great glide.
180 DX Rancho - dead straight, money stage. 2008 run.
180 DX Rancho - moderately understable. 2004 run.
175 CT Medium Wiz - stable drives, slightly overstable, very stiff / glossy.
175 Soft Proto Wiz - straight, turnover drives.
175 Medium Wiz - VERY beat, soft approaches, running chains from 90'-150'.
175 Medium Wiz - big wiz stamp, glossy / slightly tacky / rubbery...go to putter.
I'm content with this set up, but I'd like to build an alternative bag with newer molds just for fun. This is where I need some help, as I haven't really kept up with what's new in the disc world for the past couple of years. I was initially thinking I could go PD, XXX, Stalker, Core, Mako, and Focus to cover the full range of shots, but I'd like some input from people with experience with these molds and other newer molds. Suggest away!
in the bag: pd2 / destroyer / orion lf / sidewinder /eagle / teebird / rancho roc / fuse / ion / jokeri / wizard