Got our first snowfall of the year last night. Just a couple inches. It won't stick around for long but it's a sign of things to come. Wrapped up the year with a relatively standard setup. Had good experiences with the Giant and Flow but I tossed the Giant into the drink and the Flow just fell out of favor for the Wraith/Destroyer combo.
175 C PD2 - overstable stuff
175 Star Destroyer - pretty overstable
171 Champ Destroyer - domey, seasoned and a little straighter than the Star
175 Star Wraith - seasoned work horse
171 Start Wraith - newer and a little more stable
175 Pro Wraith - turnovers, tailwinds, rollers, etc.
175 Champ Firebird
175 S PD - nice combo of stability and distance for controlled long shots
172 CFR Glow Champ Teebird - beefy shorter fading shots
175 Champ Teebird - Been in the bag longer than any other disc at this point, just a great workhorse for neutral/stable stuff
172 Star Teebird - getting pretty seasoned up, long slow turnovers or neutral powered down stuff
171 Echo Star Roadrunner - hyzer flips, rollers that need to sit down quickly, etc.
179 FLX Drone - forehands, chip shots, flex shots, etc...
175 Champ Roc3 - nice combo of predictability and versatility
175 DX Roc - straight stuff
170 DX Roc - seasoned for slow turnovers and powered down neutral stuff
172 ESP Meteor - just don't have a Roc beat into this stage of flippiness yet, deep hyzers that flip all the way over and don't come back, powered down stuff
175 KC Pro Aviar - pretty beefy still; drives, up shots and some putts
170 KC Pro Aviar - main putter
172 DX Aviar - longer/straighter putts, turnover drives, up shots
168 DX Classic Aviar - super straight at low speeds, easy approaches and long tricky putts