sleepy wrote:I sleepy, do hereby commit to use the Comet as my main midrange disc for a period of no less than one (1) year; commencing 11/24/09 and ending (if I so choose) on 11/24/10.
sleepy wrote:What I'm currently using/experimenting with:
Z XS - Bought at Play It Again. Pretty beat. I have thrown it well, but not often
Z Xpress - Just got this, but really like it. Very straight...no turnover at all. It's max wt and brand new, so maybe I don't have the arm to turn it yet?
X XL - This is pretty beat. I have a tendency to really turn this over if not careful.
DX Orc - My farthest driver so far, but needs a lot of room to fly.
Pro Valk - Max wt and new. Ok driver from a hyzer flip, but I can't turn it over, so it ends up short
Pro Beast - Acts more stable than the pro valk
Pro Orc - I like it, but it's shorter than the DX Orc
Pro Wraith - I usually can't throw this well...it hyzers out and dies early. I've had one good rip, and it went about 320 on a big ol' S curve
Pro Firebird - I guess this'd be good for specialty shots, but I can't throw it far at all...maybe a Whippet would be better?
Orion LS - Surprising. I can throw this on a straight bullet with minimal fade.
Blake_T wrote:out of the buzzz, shark, and coyote, the coyote is the most understable and the buzzz is the most stable. imo, the buzzz is the best of those discs. my personal advice is to not let any rim characteristic affect your disc choices as it's severely limiting unless it draws blood
Blake_T wrote:from the sound of it, your overstable drivers should be something a lot slower...
remember with overstable that line is more important than D.
if you go with something older, it may fill both moderately overstable and very overstable roles.
Blake_T wrote:stuff to consider trying with moderately slow flights:
millennium exp1 (banshee in pro plastic)
Blake_T wrote:if the wraith and FL are too overstable, chances are discs like the avenger, crush, starfire-x, etc. will also be too overstable.
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