kern9787 wrote:It sounds like you are wanting one mid to do it all. You could do it with one mold, but it would be tough to do with one disc. If you are set on going with one mid, a dx roc would be better for working lines. At the same time you likely won't need 3 putters, 2 should be fine though (if you aren't comfortable driving with the same one you putt with).
I have 2 putters in case I lose 1 (happened to me before) The SS Voodoo is a great putter for me but it only drives straight, even with a ton of hyzer, it hardly fades at full power. I always have a need for a short range disc that will fade that won't overshoot the target. I have a D Drone I could throw in the bag, but that's going to a bit of an extreme.
As for the idea of multiple mids, you could compliment your buzz with something more stable, or you could pair up something you can work on different lines with something stable enough to use in the wind (comet, seasoned/beat roc, axis, maybe fuse + wasp, hornet, new roc, vector). What do you usually use for midranges in a full size bag?
OK, the: axis, fuse, hornet, new roc and vector are all discs I've never thrown and know little about. Why no love for the Sentinel?
I usually use mids for long aproaches that I would have to put too much power on a putter to reach accurately, and off the T on shorter holes. Honestly, I don't use mids that much. I drive from the T with a fairway driver, and if I'm not in putting range, I approach with my putter 90% of the time.
I'm looking for a mid(s) that will do shots that my drivers won't.