I can see using a worn SOLF for a tunnel shot. I have one 1.2 that has worn into really sweet straight disc. A little bit of hyzer at release, and it flips just slightly over, and then barely comes back. Very little sideways movement throughout the whole flight. I have to say though, that these new poppy top 1.3s are very overstable to begin with, and I can see it taking pretty long time to wear these ones straight.
For what it's worth, I pair my QOLFs and SOLFs with QOLSs and MOLS, which are natural complements, but I can see them not being understable enough and maybe a bit too fast for someone throwing barely over 300'. Maybe a lighter MOLS to begin with, and it should wear in to turn more over time. Could be worth a shot. If I'd play with only 2 driver molds, I'd play with OLF and OLS in different plastics.
Nuke, Quasar, Predator, Orion LF, Orion LS, Roc, Comet, VP, Pure