Alrighty, here is my bag. I am struggling a bit in the fairway driver space but I am interested in all around thoughts. I recently got rid of some higher speed discs, but power wise I can throw my P-PD about 360 and a Teebird about 320 (given the 35 degree average temp around here)
175 C-PD - Most Overstable distance driver (I throw this in lots of wind)
175 S-PD - Overstable distance driver (I throw this in some headwind, or for a strong left finish over distance)
175 P-PD - Fresh and stable (I throw this fairly straight with dependable left fade at the end)
175 P-PD - Beat in some, control driver (This shapes lines in either direction, or can go nuts straight)
171 ESP Avenger SS - turnover driver (Right turns, rollers)
169 ESP Avenger SS - turnover driver (backs up the 171 Avenger SS)
172 Champion Firebird - OVERSTABLE (I use this for all utility shots, and for flick shots)
163 Champion Firebird - Overstable (I use this for flick shots that I want to go straight longer than the heavier firebird can)
175 Star Eagle X - New and loving it (I use this for fairway drives with wind or if I need a good strong left finish)
175 Star Teebird - Stable (Goes nice a straight for a long while, then makes a good left turn. Tends to be flippy in the wind, tons of glide)
175 Echo Star Leopard - I replaced a TL with this going for straight shots with one less mold, I am not totally happy with it yet as it has a kind of swooping finish left that prevents it from being a good tunnel driver.
175 Pro Leopard - Turnover fairway drives (Nice straight finish, but not HSS enough to tunnel drive).
175 Glo Buzzz - Mid shots that need to fade left
175 Z Buzzz - Dead straight mid shots
175 Buzzz SS - Mid shots that turnover slightly right
175 D Buzzz - Mid shots that turnover slightly right, and shots over water where losing a cheap disc won't hurt my feelings
175 SS Wizards Main Putter
175 SS Wizard Backup Putter
So my main concerns currently center around the fairway slots, although I am open to thoughts throughout. I feel like I have too many molds in the fairways and I am concerned about tunnel shots (my home course has a 780 ft par 5 that is only 20 feet wide for the first 500 feet). I feel like the leopards fly more graceful turning lines than my TL did but I am not sure that the TL had the turnover potential of the Leopards. I don't quite have enough power to snap a Teebird to finish dead straight at the finish, otherwise that disc could fill the slot.