Stringbean wrote:You should try to learn the forehand throwing technique.
I will agree with this statement. Any throwing technique you have a chance to learn you should learn. Forehands, backhands, hammers, thumbers, scoobers, whatever. Different throws cause you to develop your wrist snap and open lines you wouldn't have if you limited yourself to just a backhand.
Much more accurate and reliable than trying to turnover or anny an understable disc with your backhand.
I disagree with this.
The Stratus is a great disc. It can work for a lot of lines and doesn't require a lot of power to use. I don't like it for a headwind though.