Agreed with JR. And we need to know how far you are throwing. I'll assume you are RHBH and working on the 300' barrier (that's where I was at 6 months in).
Your putters look good. Start using your Wizard (or even Dart) for drives under 250' and see what happens. Driving with putters is a great way to improve your game (though not the best way to start that process)
For mids, my opinion is to keep the Buzzz and Buzzz SS and learn how they differ in flight, as well as learn them on every line.
For drivers, how far are you throwing? If you have yet to reach 300', stick with the Archangel, and TL (and maybe the Leopard, but Champ Leo's are usually really stable and might be the same as a TL for you right now). If you can throw past 300' but have yet to reach past 350', add the Beast or Avenger SS (whichever one you like better). After that, go throw them in the field and find one that will always finish left (fades a lot), one that finishes in front of you (turns and fades), and one that finishes right (turns and barely fades). And then start throwing overhand shots with your Firebird.
Side note - I would ditch the DX Destroyer and wait on the Pro Destroyer (great disc!) until you can consistently reach past 350 with a Beast or Avenger SS.
After that, report back with distances and things you noticed that were good/bad/ugly.