Originally Posted by TYVEK
welllll, you cant use the "consistancy" argument when talking about different plastics. of course different plastics will have some differences which will effect flight. BUT and that is a big BUT, when you are talking about one plastic with one mold over multiple runs, then yes Discraft is extremely consistant with their plastic and their discs.
Heh. If you think Discraft is always consistant... even in the same mold/plastics then you're probably not one of the guys who liked the overstable, super-domey, hot-pink Forces instead of the flippier ones without the big dome... or maybe you're not one of the guys who really liked the 1st run Buzzzzes, but found the rest to fly differently.
Just so you know, my point wasn't to bad mouth Discraft. I think they make some great discs. I was actually just poking fun at that those that refuse to admit that all manufacturers have variances. Even I will agree that Innova has consistency control issues. With that said, I'm always looking for good Eco-star Destroyers without that damned Vulcan-like top.