JR wrote:...but i'm not holding my breath.
JR, try the M-4. Its very Coyote feel in hand yet more understable. Of course the plastic looks and feels amazing, but best of all its very reliable.
I tested the M-1 and M-4 in a 15mph wind Saturday along side a fresh and seasoned Z Buzzz, several stable to well seasoned QMS and MSs, and a Roc3. The M-1 is similar to a drone in flight in that it has a lot of HSS with a bit more glide and a biting fade. I could see me using it for big wind days, spike hyzers, and hard flicks that I would currently disc up to a fairway driver because I'm worried I'd flip my Roc3. More field work required but the Roc3 is in the lead. The M-4 has a chance of making my understable mid slot. Its hard finding and beating in replacements for my beat MSs. I've got a couple Westside Tournament Tursas on the way as well.
The tops look to be the same mold with my yellow M-1 having a slight dome and the pink M-4 close to flat. I noticed a similar very slight dome varience between the different colors of my D4s.
yellow M-1 vs. pink M-4