I've slimmed my bag down as I've learned that I need to master fewer molds rather than experiment with many. Here's this season's batch, along with the comedy and tragedy:
175g Supersoft Wizard - Mildly beaten, used for putting, which I do badly. And often.
175g Soft Wizard - Newer, used for driving and upshots. Occasionally to putt with when user error activates gross SS Wizard malfunctions.
175g R-Pro Rhyno - Windy putts and approaches. Flop shots. Badly misjudged hyzers watched by horribly shocked but resigned eyes.
172g Z Comet: Straight shots and annies. Sometimes hilariously turned over due to OAT-powered idiot arm.
173g DX Roc: New, trying to beat up. Currently used for every shot I can rationalize. Making all other discs jealous with its smug confidence. Likes trees.
175g Z Hornet: Heavy wind, spike hyzers. Occasional harsh left turn into surprise obstacle (usually car).
175g Champ Leopard: Regular ol' drives, flip hyzers when they work, big annies. This is my chicken disc, as in "I'm too afraid to try something else."
167g Star TL: Dead straight drives. That is all.
166g Champ TBird: Distance drives, anhyzer flex shots, predictable finishes. Sometimes, predictably, into the frickin' pond.
172 Star FL: Headwinds, big left turns. Rarely used; generally feared. The Firebird laughs at my incompetence.
171 Star Valkyrie: Max distance, for someone who can throw a spastic platypus farther than a specifically engineered scrap of high-tech plastic designed to do my bidding.
That's what I've got. It's not much, but my sexy Fade Gear camo bag goes with everything I wear. Except plaid. Or stripes. Or conflicting patterns of modern camo, especially that new digital stuff.