Don't get me wrong - I loudly applaud Innova for devising a process to allow 150-class throwers (such as myself) to enjoy the newest & greatest wide-rimmed, warp-speed drivers. And I admire their marketing effort needed to entice the everyday max-weight macho men to go out & buy them, which they have in droves. (Remember that until the very most recent drivers, all
Innova drivers were available in 150-class hi-tech plastic and not only were they unpopular sellers, but also were nearly universally reviled & ridiculed.)
However, as I immediately feared when Blizzard became a "hit", Innova seems to be deciding to capitalize on the marketing gimmick, extending the technology to unnecessary areas to cash in on the hype (Blizzard DX Condor?!?! Really?!?!) instead of judiciously utilizing it in the area in which it is necessary - molding discs in hi-tech plastic that would be impossible employing the standard, non-carbonated process. Case in point: a Blizzard Champion Archon, Vulcan, Groove, TeeRex, or XCaliber would be a logical next step in exploiting the technology but the company chose to pad its bottom line by shoehorning the technology - and the hype - onto a better-selling disc that is already available in 150-class weights in hi-tech plastic.