twmccoy wrote:Dump the squall and get a wasp or buzz. I love the squall but they are fairly rare and hard to replace, and they fly a little long for a mid.
Dump either the avenger SS or the rogue. They have similar stability. I personally would lose the avenger.
Now, I live pretty close to Discraft, so it's easier to get here, but the Squall's pretty easy to get in person, and all the online retailers sell it. Incidentally, the "Blake approved" comment further up the thread really gave me a chuckle... The Squall is a very nice disc. If it works for him, I say throw it.
I haven't thrown mine much lately, because I got a really nice Z Buzzz, but the Squall is a nice disc.
The Avenger SS is way, way, WAY flippier than the Rogue. They're similar in the power level/distance ratio, but unless I'm throwing into a wind, I REALLY have to work the Rogue to get it to hold a turn for it's whole flight. It's more stable than the FLX Avenger SS, even. I had a super light one (165g) that WAS good for these shots, but every other weight range above the low ones are pretty good about being more a max-D driver than a turnover one.
What I'd say is pick whichever you like best of the Rogue or the Flash. Down the road when you have one beat to snot, you can use it to replace the Avenger SS (or just pick up a min weight Rogue, especially flippy in purple). The flash has more fade than a Rogue, but if you're looking for fade on a distance drive, you shouldn't have a problem with your Pulses.
If you like your ESP tracker and want to consolidate to one control driver mold, remember the Z Tracker just came out into regular production. It's actually between the Z XL and the ESP Tracker in stability out of the box, but it's closer to the Z XL than the ESP Tracker. I was throwing XLs as my control driver, but now I keep Trackers in Z and a Photon-Glo in my bag.
Beyond those two points, I'd say you've got a good setup.