Alright, so after a lot of learning and a lot of trial and error with discs, I think i'm finally figuring out what is working and how I want my bag to look. I've gone through many phases, here is the latest.
Stable control driver
-175 Champ Teebird
Understable control driver
-172 Champ Leopard
Stable distance driver
-175 Star Destroyer, new and very overstable. Good wind disc and will always fade out of an annie
Understable distance driver
-175 DX Wraith, found it on the course and it is a monster hyzer flip disc and will hold a great turnover line. Farthest flying disc.
-171 Pro Destroyer. Not sure if it's going to stay in the bag. can hyzer flip it to flat for a little big but then it fades. Works great on a really high release annie but I can hyzerflip the Wraith on the same line and It's farther. Don't really have a use for it.
Stupidly stable driver
-175 Champ Firebird, starting to wonder if it's too over stable, or if i need to find one that isn't so flat for a little more glide
-176 KC pro Roc, still stable and holds a great hyzer
-180 Glow roc, seasoned, hyzer flip to flat or turnovers
Putt n Approach
-175 Soft wizard (only for putting)
-170 DX XD (beat, flips over and doesn't come back
-175 Ion, I needed a stable putter and this fits the bill. Can't decide if I'm happy with it or not. I find myself over shooting baskets because of its glide
Also looking at a DX tee bird and Pro leopard for a little more turn, but they aren't in the bag yet.
Anyone see any visible gaps?
I haven't found a distance driver that flies like my fairway drivers but longer. I'm on the hunt for something that behaves like a champ leopard but longer, (little hyzerflip, maybe a little turn to the right (RHBH) and then a gentle fade back left. Not a hooking spike into the ground that I see with a lot of distance drivers when they start to slow down. But then again I'd throw a tee bird on this shot.
I don't have a true distance hyzer disc as the tee bird is a fairway driver and the *Destroyer is too over stable to be thrown without anhyzer.