Blake_T wrote:people have nagged me about this for a long time.
the problem i ran into is that the newer models require too many categories.
e.g. "best distance driver" doesn't really work well anymore. "best distance driver 400'+ power" "best distance driver 275-350' power" seemed like more of an undertaking than i wanted to pursue.
if people name some categories i can list what i think the best is and honorable mentions.
Ryen91 wrote:I am pretty sure I am more intelligent then you think and have allot more knowledge then your post might suggest.
Blake_T wrote:i am able to give objective opinions on discs without having them skewed by my own preferences. when you pigeonhole something into a smaller category it's really easy to see the frontrunners based upon the criteria of that category.
e.g. if you rate a "good" overstable driver based upon the following critieria:
-resistance to turn
-predictability of fade
the z force wins out.
the discs that have greater turn resistance are much shorter.
the discs that have similar fade strength are either shorter or have a more abrupt "flare" characteristic to their fade making them less predictable to gauge.
the discs that have similar or greater distance can still flip.
Yet at the same time, I could argue the Predator could be better. IMO, it has higher resistance to turn, more predictable fade (even if it is marginal), but less distance. Or if I prefer even higher resistance to turn and predictable fade with a loss of distance, I could argue the firebird is better still. (This is just an example, I have little experience with Forces. One of the two I have thrown is flip city though. And its still in good shape).
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