Wind is usually bad for the predictable flight of any lightweight disc, regardless of plastic and stability. The decreased inertia makes the disc even more sensitive to nose angle, causing it to lift or drop faster than otherwise, and amplifying the torques that make it turn. Tailwind+light discs offers the promise of max distance, but of course this is not usually a predictable style of flight anyways.
That being said, I do sometimes carry my 150 Blizzard Katana on windy days for long tailwind shots, but the conditions have to be just right (e.g., steady, not gusty). But headwinds or strong cross-winds are a no-no.
Drivers: Starlite Wraith (158g), Gummy Champion Leopard (150g), 1st Run Z-Talon (150g)
Mid-Range: Star Classic Roc (146g), R-Pro Roc (157g)
Putt/Approach: Legacy Protege Clozer (158g), Glow DX Aviar (150g)