matt wrote:u know it is about style and not being a conformist. i know guys that approach with a forehand skip-shot monster and take peoples money all day. to me throwing a 180 midrange is boring. u throw it and it goes straight and low and drops, big deal. i like to watch a disc move around and glide. i aint all crazy about playin tournaments and crunching numbers when i play, i play for fun. i am still learning and if i feel the need i will reach for a shark probly. for the record i threw 350' with a 180 shark (my first disc) the first time i played. im naturally athletic and i work out bitches!
Relating this to ball golf, a few examples:
This is like when there are two lines to a putt, one that breaks 6", and the other where you play 30' of break by putting up a hill and letting it come down on the triple break slope. OR, hitting a 70% punch 5-iron instead of a 9 because you like watching the lower ball flight, never mind the lack of backspin because you're hitting at 70%, OR hitting an explosion shot from a bunker when you have a clean lie (and can easily play a normal bunker shot) because you like to watch the sand flying onto the green...
In all seriousness, I don't want to tell you how to play. It is up to each person how they play the game. If you like throwing for style, do so, but it is disturbing that you continue to argue and drone on and on when all the arguments have been made as to why Mids are good to carry, and you have not yet made an argument as to WHY fairway drivers are better without relating back to your personal style/playing choices.