I've been tweaking my bag lately, so I'd thought I'd use this as a log of how it changes and also to ask a couple questions. All discs are 166-172g.
beat in s-PD: straight distance, or long anhyzers
newer s-PD: big hyzers, or big s-curves
beat in star TL: tunnels, turnovers, anything requiring little fade (most often used driver)
newer star TL: anything i might use the beat TL for, but where fade is OK, and flipping is not OK.
beat in DX Roc: anything where very low fade is good, less than 250 feet (used quite a lot)
newer KC-pro Roc: hyzers or anhyzer-to-flex under 250 feet (least used disc)
two S wizards: putting and straight approaches, up to about 150 feet
Within the last few months I've gotten better snap and better spin, letting me throw the TL's for things that used to be teebird shots. I realized that my beloved beat TL doesn't have a backup, so I started using a new TL to wear down instead of a teebird. The weird thing is that the teebird used to be my favorite disc, so it was hard to take out of the bag, but the TL is doing good work.
I also just replaced my aviars with wizards because the aviars felt too soft in my hand and everyone here loves wizards.
I'm looking for recommendations for a pure distance driver. I just got a couple of cheap used wraiths but haven't tried them yet. I haven't used anything faster than a PD in a long time, but I can throw the PD 350-380 feet. I definitely don't want an ultra-super long range disc because they feel weird in my hand. I'm hoping the wraith has similar stability as the PD if they're thrown at the same speed (but with more fade from the wraith of course).
Champion Teebird, Star TL, Buzzz, Wizard, Aviar