If it feels good in your hand, and you aren't already attached to Destroyers and/or Wraiths, why not give it a try?
To make each less stable at low speeds (less fade), they put a Vulcan top on a Destroyer bottom, to form the Teedevil, and Vulcan top/Wraith bottom to for the Archon, I believe. So, there is the dip/ridge/whatever you want to call on the edge of the top of the disc, which some may not like. Then, there's the fact that a lot of us have been throwing Destroyers and/or Wraiths for a while, and throw broken in/lower weight/different plastics to achieve less fade at the end of the flight.
You can also look at it like this: if you're getting the disc up to the intended speed, Wraiths and Destroyers will go straight for most/all of their flights. If you throw them a bit slower, they'll have more fade at the end. If you're consistently seeing quite a bit of fade with each of those discs, but especially a Wraith, then something a bit slower, such as an S-PD or Orc could get you consistent, straight distance, without fade/much fade at the end. I would definitely recommend seeking a slightly slower disc before throwing Blizzard discs, but that's just my opinion.
A good bit of it does come down to how good a disc feels in your hand, especially rim size. So, if it feels good, and you throw with confidence because of that, you'll probably see some nice results.
Hope this helps!