Aaron_D wrote:peaking at 330' + roc-going-as-far-as-driver syndrome are all definitely warning signs that you are having more major nose angle issues than you probably realize. I went through this and what helped me was really trying to focus on keeping my wrist down thru the hit and getting my weight even more forward. You should get a fairly nose angle sensitive disc like a valk, beast, orc, SL, inferno, etc...but not a disc that is too fast for you to handle (wraith, teerex, surge etc.) with a disc like this you will really see the difference between nose up and nose down throws. The good news is that since you are putting rocs out so far (330 with a roc is great) you will probably hit 360+ish with a valk with minimal change in technique other than getting more weight forward and keeping your wrist down.
Aaron, I think I keep my wrist down. I think it's more of a grip issue. Unfortunatly, I work 60+ hours a week as a software engineer, and keeps raining on the weekend. My Roc is more in the 300' range. It's really aggrevating, because I used to throw the driver farther (more in the 350' range) and the midrange in the 270' range on good rips, but with my recent technique corrections, I seem to have added more nose up.
This is the sole reason the Valks are back in the bag.