I was heading out to play Trojan one day so I brought some discs that I wouldn't mind so much if they got wet. I brought along the Tracker to throw on 6. (This was before the tee pads were installed. I was notorious for slipping on my throw and feeding the fish.) But this time I threw easier and parked the Tracker at the pin.
Since that day I have kept the disc in my bag and it was that disc from about 275' that crashed chains on hole 5 at Trojan for the deuce. And the throw was a straight line to the pin the whole way. I just can't see an Eagle or T-Bird as a Fairway Driver as they are too stable for my poor snap. But I guess if you can power out the monster drives they'd work nicely.
The Fairway Driver is a valuable disc to have.