I just couldn't believe the straight ahead glide I was getting out of this disc, even with a tailwind, and I'm a total sucker for long straightness. I throw Flows because I need long and controlled shots 400'+ that don't fade or skip much...Even Destroyers fade too much (along with Bosses, Katanas, Nukes, etc) and get me in trouble on hole #1 at Cliff Stephens, where a fade hits a paved pathway and potentially skips into a wooded ditch that's currently filled with water, snakes, and large spiders (not that I mind these things). Anyway, on my two shots on this hole with the Sword I had a perfect one that went dead nuts straight, barely faded, and parked the basket. My other was the type of shot that usually fades and skips across the walk, only the Sword faded so little it hit the ground, one hopped, and rested on the walk. By the time the Sword was fading for me it had very little energy left. On low ceiling shots the Sword was just holding flat where my Flows would flip a tiny bit and fade, but they would end up in the same place.
My Flows are so versatile for me that I will be carrying both these drivers for a while, despite the obvious overlap, for direct comparison. I'm guessing the TP version is going to be even more Flow like. The real question I need to answer is if the Sword is any better in headwind than my Flows. I almost always choose to throw my distance disc with hyzer for headwind D unless things are ridiculous, so I'm pretty good at throwing hyzer and getting good flights out of my discs. Even so, the Flow moves more than I'd like, and there is now quite a gap in my bag between the Flow and Nuke OS.