So I worked my ass off to get rid of the OAT wobble wobble problem, and it seems to have paid off.
Which let to narrowing down my molds a bit. Also I decided to give some old beat up discs a whack at it again.
And for the moment it goes a little something like this:
frD-P2 170g - Inside the circle "Main putter MUST be red."
frD-P2 175g - Really beat, jump putts and upshots. "This is probably closer to a P1"
psychoD-P2 175g - Off the tee, long upshots. "Soft and gummy <3."
Premium Jokeri 175g - Short forearms and extreme winds. "Love/Hate relationship"
frP-MD2 172g - Beat. Anhyzers and turnovers. "The bedrock of my bag."
C-MD2 180g - Straightness. "Still amazed by how far this thing goes."
S-FB 175g - REALLY overstable Firebird, doesnt go over 330' with my arm, so I´ll list it as a midrange.
frC-TD 175g - Turnovers and anhyzers. "Forearm, shmorearm"
frS-PD 175g - Really beat. Slight turnovers and standing still shots. "This disc looks like crap."
frS-PD 169g - Slightly beat. Long straight shots. "One of my first discs."
frS-PD 175g - New. Long hyzers and headwindy duty. "Cashmoney."
E*-DS 172g - Maximum distance. "Need moar of these"
C-PD2 175g - Controlled drives with fade, windy duty with fade. "Mr. Dependable"
I had to kick out the MIDARi. The premium plastic MIDARi starts out really great, and becomes a lovely, ultra-straight no fade disc really fast...unofortunately it cruises by that sweet spot really fast too. And keeps on cruising to the right. Now this isn't necessarily a bad thing, but I already have the frP-MD2 for that particular job.
So I dug my C-MD2s back to the bag. And what do you know, with my OAT problem greatly diminished, they're grrreat! And with the C-MD2s, TL became pretty much obsolete, since these things are sneaky long.
Also the basic Jokeri had to go. Its a lovely disc, but I hate how they bend and bubble when I hit a tree...and I do that a lot.
Only problem now is, that I have 13 discs in my bag....that cant be good luck. Does a mini count as a disc?