Thanks, that's pretty helpful.
I've got a bunch of Rocs, but have never thrown them much. Being a forehand only thrower, I could never do much with mid-ranges. Over the last few months, I've been working on the backhand a lot, focusing on real flippy drivers in low weights (sidewinders, valks, etc..). The distance is starting to come around, but my accuracy is not ready for prime time yet. I grabbed a few Rocs and a Wasp (same thing, right
), and immediately noticed a big change in accuracy - all five discs were consistently landing within about 20' of each other. When I throw five drivers out there I'm about 50 - 100' farther, but all over the field. Great during practice, but not so great when you have to hit a fairway. I still don't have much snap in an backhand toss, so being too flippy is not an issue for me. In fact, I find the KC Pro and Z Wasp to be pretty stable. I have to really crank them and throw with a little anhyzer to get them to go straight. For now, all my backhand drivers are coming out of the bag and are being replaced with a selection of Rocs - A 150 DX, 177 DX, 176 KC Pro, and Z Wasp.