I started w/ DX & probably should still throw it.
However, once I figured out Champ plastic holds their flight patterns longer I switched.
All my discs are Champ/Star except for my Wolf (which is broke in nicely & my right-turn disc (I'm surprised at the lack of Wolf use, what a great disc
Anyways. I like the fact hard plastic discs don't change that quickly so I'm confident when I throw I know what it will do (doesn't always work but it's throwing errors that cause weird flights, not the disc)
I don't have a big arm (300' is good) but I "think" I make up for that lack of arm with lighter discs. (?)
LIghtest is a 150 Star Valk, then 155 Champ Teebird, 158 Sidewinder, 164 Champ Valk, then a 170 Champ Eagle (just put the Eage back in for harder fade shots)
Oh I also have a 168 Q-JLS which I like. Flys like a Teebird for me without a big skip at the end.
Anyways. I do believe DX is what I should be throwing, but I like the fact that Champ lasts longer. I like buying discs, but don't like having too keep buying the same ones, break them in, re-learn them, etc.