Frank Delicious wrote:the champ XDs suck.
JR wrote:In calm weather they are usable but more LSS and HSS but the dome makes the grip worse and winds hurt the flight making the resistance of the dome a problem. The C XD doesn't turn right as well as a DX XD.
Frank Delicious wrote:It's the opto pure.
Drowsy wrote:I absolutely love the classic roc for approaches and short drives under 250'. It's just the predictably straight flight and low speed fade along with the shallowness that makes for a clean release very time has made this disc my primary approach for the last 5 years, They dont make them in premium plastic anymore, and I need to find a sustainable alternative. Suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Mark Ellis wrote:...Of course since you love the Buzzz, you could do what I do for that shot, a beat up X Buzzz.
JHern wrote:Mark Ellis wrote:...Of course since you love the Buzzz, you could do what I do for that shot, a beat up X Buzzz.
Buzzz is mostly what I use as a mid-range, but I don't think it replaces the Classic Roc. The CR is a slower disc, and easier to range (particularly on upshots), has a good deal of fade, and does not fly nearly as far as the Buzzz.
I have to say, there still isn't a compelling answer to the OP (maybe some hope for the Pure?)...and it sucks that such a great disc is being discontinued. Part of the problem might lie in the fact that recent DX CR runs have all used the garbage waxy DX blend that beats in ultra-fast and flies rather flippily, and of course people don't want to buy that.