Good: Got to play after a long break (two weeks) and only had three discs that i've thrown before (Jokeri, Wahoo and X Buzzz) testing out Squall, Impact, Hornet, Opto River (way better than my GL), X Nuke (too little traction to really make it go although it did produce the longest flight of the day), Aftershock, Hurricane, Star 161 Vulcan and Glo Z Stalker. It was a somewhat poor test considering i didn't throw the Wahoo and Stalker. Didn't lose to mafa.
Bad: Four bad slips with two finger grip and two wrist rolls. Not bad considering the conditions and having worked like a dog. It was so cold that my thermos only had lukewarm water in it when i started to drink from it. To early to say a lot on the discs out in public. Other than i think Opto River, Hornet, possibly Aftershock and Squall in harder plastic than i used might work well for me. Some of them probably not so well on windy days. That Vulcan is plain silly for a 400'+ thrower. Roller material. Hurricane annied came back way too late from minimal steps on snow. I imagined it would need much more power based on what people have written here. Thrown flat it did need way more power than i could generate in these conditions. Not as much as the light X Nuke though.
Ugly: -5F and 16 MPH winds when we started getting warmer and windier toward the end. HRRRR!!! I should have put apricot brandy i have to the thermos.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.