OK, so I'm admitted plastic addict. I made the common decision of thinking it better try everything and see what you like rather than be happy with my few decent discs. Without spending too much time on things, I started with mostly Innova discs and have now found a preference for Discraft (after initially disliking them) and especially the FLX plastic. Which has left me with a stack of discs that I'm unsure about what I'll do with but are nice to have to keep things fresh and spares for friends to get them into the sport. Also, a large number of discs are misprints/x-outs thanks to GGGT which made it cheaper to try a wide variety. My friends got me into the sport this winter (in the snow) and now I'm hooked.
My current field distance is 300-350 range (accurate up to about 285) but I'm slowly making progress on my technique and getting a bit longer each week. I throw mostly BH but also throw FH when the hole makes more sense rather than trying to make a disc really work hard.Updated bag SeptDistance Drivers
ESP Surge - When I get a wide open field
D Surge - lost my FLX Surge SS
so this is replacing it, working well so farOverstable Driver
FLX Predator - loving this disc in the windy days, and bigger dog legsStable/Understable Drivers
X Cyclone - my favorite disc, hated the rim at first but just an awesome disc
D Cyclone - beating up a set of them to become less stable, my goto for when I think I might lose oneMidrange
FLX Buzzz - straight as an arrow, goes right where I throw it, and usually misses trees.
D Buzzz - new addition, hopefully to be a bit understable eventually
Z Wasp - good addition for approaches with a bit of fade at the end
D Zone - love the flatness, moved back to mid, but still putt with it about 1/4 of the time to get around treesPutter
Wizard (organic) - broke down and gave it a try and it's now my default putter and approach disc
What's sitting in the corner at home (and used in 'loaner' sets)
DX Dragon (150) - for when I play water courses (not often)
Ch Leopard (169) - still sort of like this one, might bring it back (or use for night golf)
DX Cheetah (169) - first disc, got really beat up by trees while I was learning
Ch Sidewinder (150/166) - liked the understable at first, but preferring more stable these days, Cyclones replace this as my favorite disc
ST FL (171) - Replaced by the Predator, which I like much better
Ch Groove (174) - stupid purchase, got suckered by marketing, trading to friend for beer
X XL (172) - tried it out with my Cyclone but can't throw it FH well, helped me settle on the Cyclone
*Z Surge SS - loved the color and dye (makes it in occasionally and night rounds)
D Challenger (174) - just couldn't make consistent putts with it, so it stays as a field practice disc, good for that purpose.
Soft Magnet - a nice straight flyer, for short easy putts and hills
Updated after comments to add the Wasp and drop the Challenger.