Crosseyed0811 wrote:According to the stuff I heard from Barry Schultz tonight, I'd say you were fine...
EDIT: Well that just about settles it then. TL's and Leo's it is. At first I thought you were referring to something he said at USDGC's.
I might try to pick up some other TL's in the near future and stick with them as my main driver instead of Teebirds (and still hang on to my champ for the overstable slot). They don't need as much snap to fly far like their big brother, nor do they require anhyzer on distance lines. Also, I really like how my pro Leo's fly next to them - they have enough high-speed turn when new to be a good understable compliment to my lightly seasoned TL. I have two pro Leo's now and plan on starting a rotation once the new one beats-in. After I get a few more rounds in, I'll report back on the TL/Leo combo.
If you happen to pick up some Beasts, let me know if they get further than your Teebird. I'm a bit low on disc money right now, so If I do make a purchase I need to be sure about it. However, the thought of a 170ish Champ and a 165 Pro sounds really enticing.
Thinking about this (dont have the ones in bold):170 Champ Beast - Headwind D
165 Pro Beast (or maybe Star) - Tailwind D
173 Champ Banshee - Very Overstable
170 Champ Teebird - Overstable170 Star TL (new) - Stable Control
168 Star TL (seasoned) - Stable Control
171 Pro Leo (new) - Understable
175 Pro Leo (beat) - Understable