This whole argument is ridiculous and stupid in my opinion. Disc molds for certain discs are so inconsistent, you never know what you're going to get. If you seek out the disc that has the imperfection that you're after, or make the imperfection yourself what difference does it make? Honestly, it's such a stupid rule to get anal about. If it's about honor, and integrity then the rule is irrelevant. The rules are simply guidelines to fairplay, not the path to moral living. If I sift through a bin of champion destroyers until I find one that has a flat enough dome to satisfy my needs, does that make me my disc more illegal than somebody who wasn't granted the same opportunity as me, who just created the enhancement/deformation that I had the opportunity to seek out? The burden should fall on the disc manufacturers themselves. There is no real basis for this kind of crap in disc golf, aside from purely illegal molds.
It's not like a baseball, that has a few stitchings scuffed up, or some vaseline applied to it. If every disc that you got of a specific mold WAS the same, this would be a non-issue, but that is not the case. When a pitcher is thrown a brand new baseball in the MLB, it's of a standard type. If a player were to receive, say a Champion Groove fresh off the line, every disc out of 10 would have a different flight path. If we were all just using one mold, then there would be a basis for this argument, but since we're not, it's just anally retentive asswipes making a bigger deal out if it than they should. Most of whom I wouldn't waste a squirt of piss on if they were on fire. Enough with the self-righteousness, start hammering on rules that are actually applicable to fair play.