i find very few people that carry a super beat dx disc that was once stable or have the ability to manipulate flight with wrist rolls... which is odd to me because i had both of these down within about 2 months of playing... indicative of the era? who knows. i often find myself wishing that more people did have these shots in their bag.
I would say this is indicative of the era. I would assume there are more understable discs available these days. For the sake of consistency and accuracy, isn't it better to have a disc in durable plastic that does what you want it to straight off the rack?
As opposed to having a less durable plastic that needs to be beaten to a specific degree to get the desired flight characteristics. The flight will also change as it gets more beaten in.
I'm still trying new discs and trying to determine what my bag should include. I would hate to rely on a beaten in disc. Probably pretty hard to replace to the right degree of being beaten in.
Personally, I experienced this with a Stingray, where it seemed like all of a sudden it wasnt doing what I expected it to anymore. So, I bought a champion stingray to correct the durablility of the plastic. However, the champion wasn't understable enough. Maybe the Star Stingray is next as I heard it's more understable than champion?
Wow, I'm babbling. See Ya.