So I think I'm improving. I've been playing with the Rocs more and throwing them for probably a good 50-60% of my throws. They're going nice and straight now with just a bit of fade at the end and I'm consistently getting around 285 out of them and sometimes getting 300. I think I've gotten rid of turning it over. Consequently, I'm getting my Teebirds out to 325 now and 350 when I get loosened up. The Buzzz is still my go-to disc though but I'm sold on how versatile the Roc is. I'm actually finding on many of the holes I can get there with the Roc now so I'm pulling out my drivers less and less. I've also dropped my Predator for a star Teebird for normal days. I recently picked up a 160g Teebird and I love the glide it gets. Usually my Teebrids are ~170, so I'm going to give the lighter one a bit of time.
The new spider monkey setup (my regular bag)
(2) KC Pro Roc
(2) Z Buzzz (sometimes a Cyztal or FLX)
DGA Flathead Cyclone (150g) - something new to try with the lighter weights, replacing my X Cyclone for a bit
When it's windy out, I swap the DGA/X Cyclone for a FLX Predator, but the Star Teebird is plenty stable for most days.
pd/teebird, firebird, cyclone, buzzz, roc, wizard