keltik wrote:I think you may like the QOLF in 150. Marmoset used to rock those in his all 150 back.
I had not thought of the QOLF (and Marmoset throws a lot farther than I do, unfortunately). I threw a 150 MOLF several years ago, and I could not get it up to speed. Is the QOLF easier to throw than a P PD? Looks like Disc Golf Center has 1.1 QOLFs, 1.2 SOLFs, and 1.2 MOLFs around 150 - are any of those more likely to work for my low-powered throws?
keltik wrote:you may also try the QJLS in 150. Its flight is very similar to our old friend the XL.
QJLS is an interesting suggestion - I have considered testing them several times. The MJLS and SJLS flew similarly to my Valks, but with slightly less distance and reliability. Would the Q JLS complement a Valk - Teebird - Diamond lineup?
keltik wrote:ESP plastic does hold up well but I don't know how much so in 150 class. what are you looking for this moderately OS driver to do?
I am looking for something a little more stable than the Valks to make certain lines easier to hit. I can do sweeping hyzers and straight to fade shots with the Valk, but I have to be very precise. I am also looking for a disc that is easier to throw for decent distance into a headwind. Star Valks and fresh DX Teebirds work, but again the margin for error is small. Star or Champ Teebirds are reliable, but shorter.
Thank you for your suggestions.