Here is the post from JHern in the Is there anything that can match the Valk pound for pound thread and mine is a domey blue Icon and it matches that description:
Re: Is there anything that can match the Valk pound for poun
Postby JHern » Sat Jul 13, 2013 4:34 pm
Here is a quick summary I copied over from Legacy Discs Collector's FB page, with several contributors...
-Domey Blue Icon: These have been the easiest for me to flip and work lines. It will hold a solid turnover Gently and consistently. Least stable of what i have thrown.
-Flat Top White Icon: Slightly more stable & Faster ... Will Hold a line a lot longer than the blues but still want to turn over and fade.
-Gold Sparkle: These will flip up and barley turn over for a long straight Flight path ..And for w.e reason ..they penetrate the lines deeper ..with more distance then the other runs .. excellent distance off the teepad
-The silver sparkle Patriots I've thrown are more under-stable than the gold sparkles.
-White/clear Pinnacle: The most stable of the 4 Runs I've thrown. these will take a lot more power off the teepad without turning over. They even corrected a few bad shots i had ,working against my of Axis Torque by fighting to get back on line .. i see this disc getting used a lot in the future for long Straight (Dependable) lines . It did have more fade at the end then my Golds tho.
-Yellow Icon Patriot that is very Pinnacle-like (also firm and flat) and is more stable than any others I've thrown.
-My Legend Patriot is my go to disc just about anything. Long control drives, turn over, big "S". You name it, the disc can do it. Flies straight with a little turn over and a bit more fade.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.