Rhynos are by far the easiest disc for me to range on drives and approaches, forehand and backhand. Consistent, reliable, predictable. I keep a well-seasoned, soft SE and an unseasoned, stiff Pro in my bag, but practice with Champs and DXs, as well. If you like the gummy Champ one, be on the lookout for the older, flat, grippy, pearly ones.
And kudos for resurrecting a dusty thread for a deserving disc. I recall it being noted somewhere there seem to be regional proclivities toward or away from Rhynos. Around Charlotte, you see Rhynos in the majority of bags, with many using it as their principal putter. Others from the mid-US and west coast said they didn't see them very much. It may have something to do with what you see others throwing as you are developing your game.
FTT - If you want to try a DX, I won one at Reedy am league last Sunday and would be happy to swap or sell. Not sure of weight; will weigh tonight and PM you.
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2012 PDGA MS1 World Champion