My 150 seems to be holding up well. Progress report on two of my favorites so far:Roc
I am constantly surprised at how well the Roc holds in the winds. I had some shots with it that I really enjoyed. 320' hole, very open, slightly down hill (no more than 5' I'd guess) and the basket is at the edge of the treeline just under some branches. There was a constant 5 mph L-R breeze. I parked it one time and almost overthrew it once but the branches knocked the Roc straight down to the basket. The wind never seemed to affect it... no towering lifts no real turn or fade, nothing. Even the field shots were similar. Having the lighter weight really lets it float out for some awesome D and the lower armspeed helps with the accuracy.Gazelle
The Gazelle is a very similar story as it got similar results to the Roc: great predictability, wind resistance (not heavy winds, though. Maybe breeze resistance is better terminology), accuracy, and distance. I know I got over 400' with it a couple of times (still throwing downhill but with a cross breeze).Others
I still like the Aviar and Rhyno. My beat Aviar has fantastic distance on jumpers.
The DX Banshee seems promising but I just don't have enough throws with it to get a great read. I'm hoping to beat one in for a stability between my new Banshee and my new DX Teebird. Hitting a wire fence and losing a chunk of plastic is a good start
Golf is a lot of walking, broken up by disappointment and bad arithmetic. ~Author Unknown