It all depends on how you define stable. I've already explained my stance on that subject in a previous post. 0 HSS and 0 LSS is "mega stable" in the sense that it is the single most stable rating a disc can get. If either of those would be anything else than 0, it'd be leaning to the over- or understable side of the spectum. The Rocs ratings at 0 HSS and 3 LSS aren't the ratings of a stable disc, they're definitely the ratings of an overstable disc. My point in all of this was that "mega stable" doesn't mean that the disc is very overstable, more stable doesn't mean more overstable etc. Roc's rating at 3 LSS would be more overstable than the Coyote's at 1 LSS, but Coyote's would be more stable then the Roc's, and the Mako's rating at 0 LSS would be even less overstable than either the Roc or the Coyote, but more stable than either of those.
By no means do I imply that the Mako really flies like this, it's just the ratings that suggest it. No disc flies perfectly straight (stable) from start to finish without any turn or fade no matter the power applied. This would indeed be the holy grail of disc development.
Yeah, English is only a second language to me (well, third, technically), but you have to admit, I'm pretty good at it.
And I do know what the word mega means, this "argument" has been more about the meaning of the word "stable" vs. "overstable".
Billym wrote:We are now at the "beating a dead horse" stage so cheers. I'm out.
Aye, that we are, and have been for quite some time. Glad to end this. =)