I have been putting almost exclusively with an Xlink VP for the last four months now.
The VP is a big bead, overstable putter.
I cant turn this disc over, so its great for anything from flat to hyzer putts for me.
I use a light XD only for turnover putts, and anything outside of 60 feet.
It feels very similar to a JK Pro Aviar in the hand. The JK Pro got kicked out of my bag when I started dinking fourty footers with the VP.
At first I thought it was that puppy love that you always get for a new disc, its happened to me many times before, but the VP just keeps banging chains, round after round, so I keep using it.
These discs are rubber, not plastic, and are pretty much indestructable.
Mine bounces like a b ball if I throw it straight down onto the pavement.
The material is quite grippy , even when wet and did soften slightly when the temps got above 90° recently, but its never lost its shape.
The VP doesnt glide much, requiring a alot of loft once you get beyond a certain distance, but for straight line putting, its rock solid.
Its a good performer into the wind,it rarely takes off on me, and rollaways are almost non existant.
Despite the newness, I was so impressed with mine, I went and bought a second one, for backup, two weeks after I bought the first one.
Mine is a limited run CHUNK VP.
Steven Dodge ran 97 of these discs and sent them out to his best dealers as a thank you gift, but I think the regular runs fly exactly the same.
I think these were Xlink Firm rubber.
The rim is tall which prevents me from getting a comfortable driver grip on it, but its my go to putter for anything under 60' and at this point, I have no reason to consider any other putter.
I am thinking about adding the slightly less stable Ridge to my bag now, as an upshot disc.