Frank Delicious wrote:You didn't really let me know what type of height you were throwing those shots on. That's what I'm looking for since I can still throw a comet 300'~ when I have the height.
Last fall Comets avg topping at 320' usually 310' max rear wind 340' apexing from memory at around 20-23'. That is higher than the best D with the C MD 2 for me because the MD 2 is so fast and LSS that at 20' it slows down too early for me and fades out. C MD 2 need much much more power and i think i topped out at 310-315' but need a good height control into a fairly narrow height window to hit even 300'. For me the best C MD 2 apex for D is around 15-17'. P MD 2s have changed and i gave mine away to jubuttib. I did not like mine and threw it so little time over a year ago that my memory is fuzzzy. The recollection i have is that the apex height for the best D is the same or a foot or two more than with the C MD 2 but the fade is a little friendlier because for me the disc was more of an s-curver than the laser of the C MD 2. What bugged me about the P MD 2 was the amount of flipping and the lack of wind tolerance compared to the amount of fade and the distance. Because other discs are straighter and more wind tolerant, longer or less fading. And sometimes in more palatable combinations. I vastly prefer the C MD 2 over the P i had for everything else but the grip tackiness.
So the question is what do you need exactly from another mid to complement the Comet? You need to work with low ceilings don't you? That tends to mean high glide discs which means reduced wind performance as a rule of thumb. The Comet is good for D, flipping and short range altitude holding. If you don't look for more D than the Comet but need lower ceilings and can handle a little more fade on low lines say 12' apexes Warship could work for you. The crappy deal about it is that it ain't a wind disc. So to be able to suggest anything concrete i need to know more of your required specs for a mid that ain't a Comet, Roc or a Gator. They all are great discs and a good quiver as it is and improving on them is not easy. Especially when i don't know what you want to improve on and which compromises you can live with.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.