So after messing around with the new runs of stuff I settled on this. Thoughts on new millennium runs will be at the end.
Omega Driver - Putting only
Omega AP 1.11 - Main driving putter, holds every line
Omega AP 1.12 - more stable driving putter, doesn't hold torqued/stall putter shots as well as the 1.11. but better in big wind
Omega SS 1.30 - 8/10. approaches that need to sit next to the basket
CE QMS - main midrange. primarily used on flips or turnovers
S Gremlin - stable midrange. easy to range due to lower glide
DX Gremlin - pure distance midrange. booms
Q Sentinel - overstable mid
Q Polaris LS - stable drives
S FD x2 - one straight, one turn
QOLF x2 - 1 beat, 1 straight
S-PD test run x2 - 1 beat, 1 beefy
S-Teerex - 1st run, its a longer OLF to me
I really haven't been playing as much lately and when I do it is the same 3-4 courses which don't require me to change my bag from this. Really trying to stay away from anything faster than speed 11. I either lose them from trying crazy shots or my hit isn't as clean as a lower speed disc. Really the issue is I am still not comfortable throwing speed 12-13, and with being able to throw a QOLF 450ft I really don't see a need.
Next I switched in the S-PD test run's for my other C-PDs. I was fortunate enough to get a used one at work and then get 4 more from DiscJunkie and PabloDiablo. The test mold S-PDs are a better compliment to the QOLF for me. The feel is very similar and I get a better snap on it. They got about the same distance and really don't overlap much. My QOLFs generally track right before fading(if not holding the turn), while the test S-PD will move forward with a nice late fade. Sucks these are OOP but they work for now and I have plenty of backups.
Now onto all the new Millennium runs. The omegas all have the aviar-x nose, which was at first disturbing. They are basically a small bead P2 or "Omega-X" in technical terms. The S-Omega is domey but the colors and grip are nice. I have not thrown it but it feels a lot like how the sP2 molds up, so I assume the flight isn't much different. The Q-Mega is flat and the plastic is "tight/stiff" on the dome. It doesn't have a lot of give on the flight plate and is a really great overstable driving putter. Those looking for a headwind Omega should invest in the new Q-Megas. I won't be using it because I prefer just working angles on straight putters. The AP 1.12 is stable at low speeds but holds straight on 325-350ft shots. The omega SS BB just isn't any different from an regular Omega SS to me. The glide is less which turns me off considering there isn't any added high speed stability. The plastic softer than I want and I already lost a few chunks of the bead(like the full parts of the BB).
I felt some QJLS 1.10 and they are nice and flat similar to the old "QJLS" stamped candy qj's. I didn't throw them but they came out much better than the 1.9 run which had too much dome and were slick. The S-Sentinels are domey and 100% PLUS MOLD. I hear they are stable, but I haven't thrown them yet.
What I look to add/buy for the bag:
170g QJLS 1.10
170g QPLS - stardust. They are stable like the opaque runs so I am happy about this
Aeries - still haven't heard what it will be but I am told it is like a longer QOLF. Now that the Krait is released stock in all weights, my gut tells me this might be close since Millennium seems to using new/popular Innova drivers as their new molds. Then again it might just be a wraith or teerex. Either way if it flies like a longer OLF that is all I want.
Omega - QMS - MD2 - QJLS - OLF/S - DD - Scorpius
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