Don't get me wrong... I throw Roadrunners, Gazelles, Leopards and Banshees for a reason... I am pleased when I am throwing 280 to 310... I just think 300 to 375 is pretty impressive.
But hey, that's me...
I happen to agree with Thatdirtykid's assessment. Superfast overstable drivers like wraiths will likely hurt more than help a player with 300' golf distance.
I throw 350 golf D and 410' open field D and I consider myself too much of a weenie arm to benefit from the wraith. (I throw a champ orc, SL and champ valk for longer open shots and a goblin or dx leopard for finesse shots.)
What you find "impressive" has little to do with what kind of plastic someone should be throwing. (Btw many of the players I frequently play with throw over 450' consistently, so what is impressive is very relative).
Players should really place a higher priority on control and consistency if they want to shoot better scores. Unfortunately more distance appears to be the holy grail for most and this misplaced priority is causing players to make poor disc choices.
Discs do not make players throw farther. Good technique, conditioning and lots of practice make players throw farther.