JR wrote:this Tangent i prefer it over Coyote for more HSS and flat top Z Buzz for less fade=the best straight mid out there that i've tried.
What? Better than JR's Coyotes? You recanting that statement now that you've had the Tangent a few weeks? I tried several Coyotes, a couple glows, a couple stars, and a champ. I liked the Coyote's distance potential, similar to the Buzzz, but prefer the sharper feeling inner rim of the QMS over the thicker more rounded feeling Coyote rim.
I bag a new and seasoned Z Buzzz and two QMSs for stable depending on how much fade I need. The beat in Buzzz will flip up or track right if thrown low and flatish to around 300' and finished with a reliable fade. My newer QMS has lots of HSS for straight with later more gradual fade than the seasoned Z Buzzz and my seasoned QMS will flip up to straight or turnover with practically no fade unless given a fair amount of height.
I've thrown the same opaque 167 Ion for almost two years for putting and upshots under 175' and its getting too easy to OAT into a understable flier at this point. Discspeed's comment about the Tangent similar to Ion has me interested. How does the Tangent's rim compare to the Ion, they look similar, and what's the distance potential at the same power level compared to a Z Buzzz