jubuttib wrote:3rd run C-TD's you say? Are those the new regular rimmed ones?
yep, the 3rd run ADGC C-td that I've got is a regular rim one. probably slightly more overstable than its brothers but with enough power, not so much. That just may be the issue:
jubuttib wrote:Anyway, the stiff S-TD should be great for all sorts of neutral shots if you power it, and fade slightly if you don't huck it quite as hard.
With my current form/power (max d lines up to 370', but consistent controlled d more like 300') I don't think these disc are quite doing what they are meant to.
jubuttib wrote:As you use it it'll start to season into a great little hyzerflip disc, and on to a great understable driver.
That's just the thing. I would use it more if it were more understable, but it will only get more understable with more use I may just beat it intentionally when spring comes around. Why not get a more understable disc to begin with? Because when I get these ones dialed in all nice, they should last me a loooong time. If I get one that is understable straight away (D-TD?) I fear it may pass into flippyland too soon.