After getting more familiar with the Roc, I'm finding I get darn near as much distance with it as my leopard, teebird, etc. And I can get it there with more consistent accuracy without hurting myself trying to rip it. That, and my rounds I've played lately limited to putter, roc, and whippet lowered my scores a lot. So I've decided to disc down even further.

Present Bag:

175 Star Aviar Driver

170 DX Rancho Roc

165 DX Whippet

165 DX Banshee

165 DX Teebird

165 DX Leopard

165 DX Stingray

New Bag:

175 Birdie

175 Star Aviar Driver

175 Classic Aviar

170 DX Rancho Roc

165 DX Whippet

165 DX Stingray

I think that still covers all the bases. I'm considering raising the weight on my stingray and whippet to 170 to match the roc, but I have the 165s already. The whippet is fine at 165 for BH and flick hyzers, plus overheads. But I am having problems keeping my stingray from turning into a roller. Would 5 grams make a big enough difference to worry about?