A little review of the bag, more for my own sake, but chime in if you want to.
168 DX Valkyrie - Just arrived in the mail today. Hoping that it will turn a little from flat out of the box and work for a max D driver. Also hoping it will season well and flip from a bit of hyzer. Once it gets too flippy for anything but tailwinds, I'll pick up a Pro Valk around the same weight or a touch lighter.
173 Champ Banshee - I've been practicing thumbers, tommy's, skip shots, and a variety of flex shots. I've found this disc to be so invaluable, helping me get out of trouble and also helping me hit gaps and certain lines that need to change direction quickly. I love it.
170 Champ Teebird - Thrown flat, this thing is beefy. If I give it anny and keep it low, it holds a turnover for quite a while...much longer than I would expect. It's actually been hard to figure out. It's my headwind D driver for now, until the wind gets too strong...then I switch to the Banshee.
166 DX Teebird - Just arrived today. I'm hoping this will be a more user-friendly Teebird than my Champ. I'm hoping it will break in to flip up just a touch and fly on a frozen rope for tunnel shots.
166 DX Eagle-X - Just arrived today. I'm testing it out next to the TB to see what I like better. I probably wont use it to be a turnover driver, because I love my Leo's for that slot.
174 Champ Leo - Very workable and right at the bottom of my ideal driver speed, making it good off the tee and on the fairway. I'm still learning how to make this a tunnel-shot disc. I either put it on too much hyzer or manage to make it turn right when I want it to stay flat. I thought it's weight and plastic would make it a straighter disc...however, I think I just need more time.
171 Pro Leo - Slowly breaking in. I've found it to be most useful on tailwind and shots that need to dodge trees and still fade softly. I'll add another one once this starts to flip more.
175 Pro Leo - I bought this used, and it is flippy as mess. I can put it on a steeep hyzer with a full rip and it will still turn right. It's my roller disc and what I use when I need to finish straight in front of me.
177 Vector - Flex approach shots and approaches that need fade. Simple and very useful for me. I haven't had much luck driving with it. I think the Proton plastic is tough to figure out with grips, but I'm slowly getting the hang of it.
178 Axis - I pulled my 178 Z Buzzz out to see if this would take it's place. While it doesn't handle a drive like a Buzzz, it has a very similar flight pattern with less fade and more glide. I love it on approaches that need glide and a straight finish. I need more time to practice driving with it. I tend to be inconsistent with it off the tee, just like the Vector.
177 GL Fuse - I have two of these right now, one being less stable than the other. I'm using the less-stable of the two for now so it will break in more. On a stronger pull with hyzer, they flip up and fade softly. From flat, they turn right at the end of their flight. Powered down, they are suuuper straight and glide so well. I have more control with my Axis, so I usually don't use these for approach shots. They are more of a driving mid for me.
172 M Ion / 170 MIon - Approach/Putt combo. Both are transparent and non-textured. These are great. Not much to say other than I love how straight they fly. I've threaded tiny gaps with these on approaches and learned to use them on shots under 200' with a clear view of the basket - point and shoot. On putts, I'm learning to give them more spin and gaining accuracy. I've also had a few succesfull jump-putts...never been able to hit those before.