Basically your choices come down to:
Hyzer-flip something understable (Fuse, Meteor, seasoned X Comet, super-beat Roc, etc.).
Throw something straight-stable (Comet, Mako, Tangent, beat Roc) perfectly clean and flat.
Flex something stable (Buzzz, Truth, Axis, seasoned Roc, etc.)
Any of these methods can work, and each will have their advocates. You will need to experiment to find out which method works best for you. Of course having all of the options at your disposal is preferable.
For example, sometimes a particular failure mode (too much fade or too much turnover) will be more risky. For example, #6 at Seneca Creek is a classic hallway - 300' dead straight. A recovery shot is usually available if you fade left, but turning over to the right usually puts you in jail. I usually flex something reasonably stable and take my chances with the fade. Other holes at Seneca have an OB creek on the left, so I will hyzer-flip something understable and take my chances with too much turnover.
I hope that helps.