It's been an awesome winter for disc. Weather has been unreal. I switched up my grip a bit, mostly based on observations of Nikko's and Jussi's throws. In the past, I was using an above the seam grip with almost all the pressure generated by the pinch between index and thumb. I'd always been a little unhappy with my grip but wasn't sure how to fix it.
I've gone to an in the seam grip with more pressure pushing into my palm by my middle and ring finger. I use the Bonapane grip to get the disc situated in the seam and nose down, then do the Jussi/Nikko style "trigger grip" type thing where I slide my index finger underneath and lock it into the rim to use it as the rip point before I go into my reach back. It's helped a lot with wrist tension/extension, grip pressure, and nose angle control. Been smashing the shit out of my drives but I can't grip really wide winged discs very well with this method.
174 Z Force - beefy
175 Champ Wraith
168 Pro Wraith
170 Z Pred - flat, sorta gummy, beefy
175 CPD+ - faster Eagle-X, enjoying this disc
170 PPD - seasoned, turnovers
175 Champ TB - super stable/straight
170 Champ TB - beat, flies a lot like the PPD but more durable
175 Star Roadrunner - new toy, some overlap with the beat TB and PPD but the glide and slow turn seem unparalleled
180 FLX Drone
175 M Ion - I mostly use it for overstable approaches and drives, still experimenting with using it as a putter
175 CryZtal Buzzz - ultra straight and neutral
172 ESP Meteor - seasoned, real flippy
170 DX Aviar - touch approaches, short turnover drives, very long putts, most thrown disc probably
2x 172 KC Pro Aviar - one seasoned up, one fairly new
Experimenting with a Blizzard Boss too. It's great fun to throw but may see limited action on the course.