I finally received my test Neutron Axis and Vectors about 2 hours ago...The red Vector is 173.5 scaled, yellow Vector 176, blue Axis 177, and pink Axis 178. The red Vector is pretty flat, and the other Vector and both Axis have moderate domes.
All of the discs grip awesome...they feel better in the hand than the proton imo, and the difference in feel between plastics is greater to me in the mids than the putters. Just sliding the N mids around in my hands I can feel much more tackiness on the inside of the rim than the proton mids.
I didn't get to throw them as much as I would have liked, but I did get to the field tonight and got a dozen or throws with each. I was mostly just throwing oak tree to oak tree, trying to work each disc fairly straight from distances probably in the 260'-330' range. The Vectors flew like Vectors stability-wise, straight with a late but strong fade when powered, overstable when underpowered. They did seem faster and a touch longer than proton Vectors...Same results as I've found with the putters in N vs. P. I was especially pleased with the flat red 174...This is the lightest Vector I've thrown, and it was probably my fav of the bunch tonight. It glided better and was faster than the heavier Vectors, making it a lot more workable with less power. I could see this disc becoming a workhorse. The heavier yellow one flew more overstable and dropped a bit faster, but was pretty similar.
The Axis both seemed quite HSS...more than protons. I didn't get to test them in any wind, but I got zero turn out of either. The lighter of the two was a bit more LSS. The pink was flying beautifully for me, very easy to get shots with no turn and very little fade with. Both seemed a tick faster and better gliding than proton Axis. They remind me sort of the more HSS Coyotes/Makos/domey Buzzzes. To be honest I've been having issues with my P Axis lately and I was considering putting something else in my bag...These will give the Axis one last chance to stay in my bag because they seem really good so far.
I'm super excited to take these to the course tomorrow so I can compare them more closely to the mids in my normal lineup.