After some experimentation with the above:
( the accuracy of the following analysis is open to debate since I am cameraless and usually go it alone but for what it's worth.....)
for review, the technique that we are talking about consists of throwing with the wrist rotated anny but "ripping" at the point where the anny is really nose down and the disc momentum is aimed toward the target. this will inevitably prevent me from fully or even half hitting it but it's interesting and valuable nonetheless (I think)
1. @ 300' straight and flat: today I consistently parked 7 of 10 drives (!really!) and all 10 are within 10' throwing this way. this is with ~80% power and a straight up the middle xstep. So this is certainly a plus. I was spraying like a pissboner before trying this.
2. High annys ALWAYS stall out nose up.
3. Hyzers: On a low line, I can now flip my 170 pro destroyer to flat to the slightest highspeed turn. this feels good but I know I should be getting it further than I am (~350 max on a line drive), so OAT? I don't think so since the same throw with the same power will NOT flip my 170 z comet to flat. I never flip that thing and I can huck it out to ~300' with shitloads of height.
4. Haven't tried hyzers on high lines yet, but I eagerly await the chance to.
5. I feel like the technique will never allow for as much arm speed as the "normal" approach, but it may yet prove useful. It certainly does for tunnels.
6.Dammit! I can feel 400' ! I CRAVE 400'.
7. Still can't putt worth a shit.
8. mid game still pathetic.
anyway...thoughts? critiques? other folks trying this route?