Anode|ION|JOKERi|MD2|FD|TD|PD|LEGENDaParks wrote:If the posts on this forum are any indication, the PD is like a Teebird with sunshine coming out of its butthole so hard that it flies faster.
jubuttib wrote:Good CDs were the first run CDs. Those things were control discs. I do however like the new ones too, very easy to power down on. And sneeeeeeaaaaaaky long.
P-DDs are great distance discs, flying like a notch more stable Wraith, and if you beat in a P-DD2 it can be devastatingly long. For more control the newer more domey S-DDs are nice and controllable, more HSS than a Wraith and not much more LSS, and have some glide which the FRs lacked. I also have great experiences with the ES and S-DD2s, they've always been very predictable for me. And truth be told, between an equally domey S and ES-Line I couldn't tell them apart based on the flight.
I've been going on and on about how much I love the MD2, check that thread in the equipment section. Do be warned, those P-Lines will take some time before they're beaten to understable, and I haven't found a difference in flight between the 175s and the 180s. The MD1 is really touchy for OAT, even though it is moderately overstable and can handle winds with ease. I recommend the SG-MD1, those things are the least susceptible to OAT. By the way, the D-MD1s usually start out about DX Roc stable and beat in beautifully. Used to be my favorite disc before the MD2.
The GM is a weird disc. The D-Lines start out straight and season into really nice understable mids, while the S-Lines start out moderately overstable and beat into straight. A properly seasoned S-GM can handle similar lines that a P-MD2 will do, but will fly faster and not glide as much. Some start out SERIOUSLY overstable, like Drone overstable. This only seems to last a short while, they loose that initial overstability quickly and return to normal GM form. Still, good discs.
zj1002 wrote:hate to bust in here and sell something but if one of you needs a stack of P2's, I do have 2 Star and 4 DX. all 7/10+ and all are 171g-175g. Would package up at a cheap price. I am going through something similar with my Millennium switch, and having to scramble to find the discs you need can be rough.
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