What can I expect from different types of discs as rollers? For example, the Stingray seems an all aruond good roller, but is it the longest distance roller? If I broke in a leopard as a roller, would it roll further (or a Cheetah or an Orc), or are there tradeoffs?
The same question put an other way, Do different discs produce different patterns on the ground as rollers? I'm look for a roller that rollers with a straighter S curve. I'm also looking for a roller that will be more dependable and less likely to roll way off left and not come back right (assuming RHBH throw). If a disc traveling vertically has many of the same properties as disc rollling horizontally, then I would expect a lot of the same flight patterns and considerations.
Finally, what can be said about rollers on hills and slight hills? My observation is that the slope of the hill doesn't have as much impact on the direction that the disc goes as would, say, a golf ball. The disc pretty much stays on track as if the ground were flat (that is, relative to a golf ball which would roll off the slope). Whenever I try to compensate for a slope, the disc travels way off course, not being too influenced by the slope, and will even roll uphill and fall on its face like a normal throw.