Another question, with all these disc going out and there will obviously be a return system. Ok, how is this system going to run? What's the turn around on disc going to be if you only have a few disc to throw? How will the renters disc get back to them specificly? Will there be "lanes" persay? I know the catch nets are going out there. But, with th varying speed of players an automated system will have many draw backs. Some will be waiting, unless it's multiple retrieval systems, one per lane. Like a bowling alley.
Then comes in the size of these lanes. How big is big enough to practice yur drives? Will others be confined to their own lane?
Lastly checking disc as rentals vs personal. Sure these disc can b marked with huge stamps showing rentals. But, unless there are individual retrieval systems for each person, and other people's disc can't come into your collector. I can see many issues coming up with people claiming they were ripped off, lost disc or the infamous stolen disc. "Someone stole super rare my 153 Dx Leopard!" Just some concerns I have that I think you should work out.
I just don't see people paying to go out and throw their disc in a field with 20-30 other people and risk losing their CE disc or something. Now I know better they shouldn't have those out there, but you know it will happen. Lots of people like to practice with their expensive plastic. If you throw it, practice with it. Lol.
Another thing, with a fast yet workable collection system, you'll have to ensure the disc aren't damaged.
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