I picked up the DB-5 Basket by Lightning Discs, and so far I really like it. When Shopping for baskets, I was torn between the DB-5 and the Innova Discatcher. I found a DB-5 used, so that's why I went with that. I realize these are the most expensive portables and probably more for backyard practice and less for bringing places - I'd say DB-5 pushes the limit of being "portable" even though they are collapsable... but if you can bag one used, then it's worthy of consideration.
By the way, I think GottagoGottaThrow has the DiscCatcher Sport on sale for $154 Dollars plus $20 for shipping
What I like about the DB-5:
-Fully galvanized: it should hold up in the weather well
-Quite easy to set up, sturdy and very well constructed- seems like a good deal for $200 new.
-Adding 9 interior chains was pretty easy using Stainless steel Chain, Quick links and clamps on top (for a total of 27 chains which was about 50 bucks at home depot)
-The basket feels like you're putting at real thing, like what you'd find at the local course
What I don't like so much:
- basket height seems lower than permanent baskets to me
-basket catch basin shape is a bit different then permanent course baskets
- chains feel just a tad stiff, but maybe they'll work in after more use
- the galvanized coating chews up putter plastic - I actually took a metal file and smoothed out some sharp areas on the basket
Overall, I'd say the DB-5's are pretty solid and great for practice, I'd recommend them