(from John via email) :
Donkeypuncher wrote:1.Any plans on a less floppy soft omega putter, similar to the gateway SSS? The supersoft is way too floppy for my taste, but I really want to try the omega in a stiffer base plastic.
2. Does millennium have any plans of running the polaris LF again? I had one and really liked it, but I lost it and it's hard to find another one in the 170g+ range. I don't like to throw discontinued plastic, so a new run of LF's would be awesome.
3. Can you give a list of discs that were CE runs, and their version number?
If you want something less floppy, you should try the Omega AP for base plastic, or the Sirius Omega for premium plastic. The new 1.11 run of AP (with the new stamp) is a nice firm but grippy putter in the driver blend of our base plastic.
We still have a decent supply of "Nearly Nude" Polaris LF's in the low 170's. In the last few months, we have shipped some Polaris LF's to Marshall Street and discgolfcenter.com. Give them a try, or tell your favorite local dealer to call us. If you can't find any, send us an e-mail, and we'll see what we can do.
Zach's answer to the CE run numbers question; it's the official list of warehouse folklore, but not verifiable for corporate office endorsement. I've handled or own all of these. - ZM
Here are the runs of Millennium discs that are CE-type plastic (from around 2000-2002) : QJLS 1.1 and CE-JLS Test Run of 2000; QMS 1.1; Q-Mega 1.1 Proto w/bar-stamp; Polaris LS 1.12; EXP 1.7 .