-Star TL 175 - This is meant to be a really straight disc with very little fade. For you, it will probably be good for straight to mild hyzer shots.
-Star Eagle 172 - This is similar to the TL in range and use. In star, the Eagle is considerably more overstable, and until the flashing wears down is a really good headwind disc. For you it will probably be good for hyzers - left turning shots. For someone with more arm, it has a touch of high-speed turn and a decent amount of fade.
-DX Eagle 171 - Like the Star Eagle, but with more pronounced turn and less pronounced fade. You probably have an Eagle-L, while the Star is the more overstable X mold. This is not too good in a headwind.
-DX Sidewinder 175 - I've not thrown the Sidewinder in DX, but it is pretty flippy in Champ, so I would suppose this would be a good distance disc and a good right-turning disc for you.
-Champion Beast 162 - the Beast is a finicky disc. Like the Eagle, it comes in two flavors (X or old mold and L or new mold). You likely have the new mold, which most people who throw Beasts do not prefer. It is still a decent mold, but there are better ones out there. It is good for max distance and right turning shots, but it is really nose angle sensitive, and for someone with your power, will be pretty inconsistent.
-DX Shark 176 - this is a really solid mid-range that will serve you for a long time. Use this for straight shots where you are too far away to throw your putter.
-Elite Z Buzzz 176 - pretty much the same as the Shark as far as its uses. The Buzzz is a bit more high-speed stable, so it will have less turn than the Shark, and it is also quite a bit faster, so it has more distance potential in the right hands.
-Elite Z Wasp 177 - overstable midrange. Use it the same as the above or for headwind mid shots or shots where you need more lateral fade than you can get with the putter.
I hope you don't take offense to me referring to "your arm" or "your power level." It is just simply that many of these discs perform differently for other people who have more power than you or me. My advice about carrying the simple bag I outlined above is to help you to develop good form and to learn to shape lines with the discs you already have.
If you were just starting and did not yet have any discs, I would still suggest the Shark and Aviar, and would suggest a mid-160s DX Gazelle or D Cyclone for your main driver, but the Eagle will be fine.
What are you putting with, anyway? It really does make a difference. Some putters really suck and others teach you habits that are not conducive to consistency.
When life gives you lemons, stick them in the freezer for a few hours, then throw them back, 'cause they're like rocks, man.