This is what I've settled on for now. C-TD is back in the bag, in the distance slot this time.
175 C-TD, a little wear. Easy Distance.
175 Metal Flake Champ teebird, new
175 Star Teebird, light wear
175 Glow DX Teebird, newish
171 Z Predator, the beefcake
174 Z Predator, workhorse
173 Z Predator, domey, more workable
175 S-FD, some wear.
175 S-FD, new, back up
175 Champ Gator, niche disc, mainly for short sidearms and really short spike hyzers.
176 KC Pro Roc, a little wear. Once this thing beats in to straight, I'll add a new one. Not even close yet.
180 DX Glow Roc, newish. In the rotation, only really seen open drives thus far.
175 DX Roc, beat. It's taken me 8+ months of throwing this guy a ton to get it to the slightly understable phase.
17x DX Roc, super beat. Fliptastic. I'll throw this guy until it becomes unpredictable.
176 Medium Summit, mainly flick putts and weird sidearm anny approaches, niche disc.
174 soft X Challenger
174 Cryztal Challenger
174 D Challenger (x2) for putting only
Pretty happy with how my new grip bag feels. It is exactly what I was looking for in a bag without being too large. More than plenty of room for storage, especially for clothes layers for fall and winter since I wear size small - no issues rolling up sweatshirts and the like and putting them in the side compartments.
As for the arsenal - I feel like I've hit an equilibrium point with my game and my bag. I want some longer discs in the bag to try and stretch out how far I can throw, but at the same time I can't get the good grip feeling with anything too wide that I get from my Teebirds (throwing the dx at 400+ in neutral wind conditions, and 425+ in tailwinds) So for now, I'll be working like a madman on my accuracy and short game. I really want to make sure to get an invite for Am worlds next year, and probably will only have one more tournament this season to play before I have to have hernia surgery
The TD should be an easy enough thrower, and easy enough to get similar flying discs to keep it in the bag for quite a while. I've been considering going back to the roc/comet combo, but I've been throwing my putters a lot more again off the tee so that might be unnecessary with the stack of rocs that I carry every round.
Ability is what you're capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it. -Lou Holtz -