Got some good throws in with them against wizards, XDs, and rhynos.
First off, they feel great in my tiny hands, it's a little deeper than a XD and about the same feel as a rhyno. The plastic on the base line is nice and grippy and the premium plastic was a little slick until I dyed it and washed it off. The plastic got much grippier after that though.
They do throw a lot like a new wizard or BB aviar but is a little faster and less glidey than either (the extra speed and less glide kinda cancel each other out distance wise). It's almost like a BB aviar and a rhyno had a baby. There is not a lot of difference between the base and premium plastic flight wise or glide wise. They have some good HSS and the LSS is about the same as a slightly beat rhyno. I threw them into a mild headwind, tailwind and crosswind. They fought the headwind quite well and thrown flat they turned a bit but fought back easily, same in some L to R crosswind. They were quite stable in the tailwind. The one thing I noticed that set them apart from the other putters is they weren't very forgiving of nose up throws. That might change as they beat in though.
I think this will really appeal to a few different demographics:
1) people who like wizards/BB aviars/Challengers but find the grip deep
2) people who find discs like the zone or rhyno a bit too overstable.
3) people who never really got a hang of throwing putters off the tee. It feels a lot like a beadless mid in the hand and if you have problems for whatever reason throwing a putter off the tee, this is a disc worth trying out.