Playing with a simpler bag and being able to get out on a regular basis in comfortable weather has really helped tighten up the game.
Star Destroyer x3
FAF Champ Firebird
Champ Teebird x3
Echo Star Roadrunner
KC Pro Aviar x2
Yeti Pro Aviar
The Giant has been nice so far. It flies a nice predictable line but seems to go a little farther than I expect from my headwind fighting overstable driver. I know the comparison is far too often drawn, but with the right zip, it flies a lot like a beefy Teebird, only much faster. That's been great, because I've been throwing a lot of Teebirds. I picked up a Glow Champ CFR TB this year and it's also been pretty awesome. It's power hungry and likes to fade. Very throwable in high winds, and great for placement all the time. The other two champ birds are seasoned but still like power and will hold a line when crushed, or fade when finessed. The Star is a slow turnover disc, and works great for a lot of stuff.
I really like the Sentinel, but I just hesitate to throw them on dicey shots where I might lose them, and I can't stand that, so I'm back to the Vector. It's a little domey and has pretty darn good HSS and a nice fade. It's pretty power hungry as well, and likes to be crushed, so it throws a lot like a champ TB. There's been less brain clutter when I'm stepping up to my shots, and I've been able to see my lines pretty well with this array of discs.
The one mold that may reappear soon is the Comet. It's awesome, but it got crowded out for now.