JR wrote:Depending on how you use the discs you might not have terrible overlap with the MD2 and the Roc.
MD2's turn right (RHBH) quicker/sooner than Rocs, and need more initial hyzer since they are beat. My DX Rocs are still breaking in. Oh, and MD2's don't fade unless they have nose-up, height, low power, and/or a lot of initial hyzer. How might a beat Roc and beat MD2 differ from each other?
JR wrote:How hard does the Sword fade for you? Can it replace the Firebird when powered down?
It doesn't fade that hard to be comparable to a Firebird, even when powered down. And I like the size of the FB rim for overhand shots - which is only what I use it for...that and skip shots. Is this a question primarily for the purpose of dropping a mold? And because I only have one FB in the bag?
JR wrote:One of the P2s might be easy to drop because having two is more than some use or need. Especially when you carry one mold. There are people who use just one putter for everything. Not me but there are those and some discs might pull it off well enough especially when mids are used well enough. P2 can cover most putter shots. A single one too but for tourneys back ups are always good.
I used my 170 D P2 as a do-all putter for quite a while. It's seasoned really well and I love it for putts. The S P2 is a lot beefier and I am trying to learn it as my stable driving putter. The other D P2 would be for straighter drives and approach shots when I don't want to get my putting P2 dirty. And the Magic is for right turning drives...but I think with a little more time, my beat D P2 will replace it. So with that in mind, am I still amiss by carrying 3 P2's?