Here's my current bag:
2 x Discmania P1 (P-line), 172g, both beat:
For putting and short drives (50-60 meters max). Drives tend to turn a bit. The rim is bit too high for my taste, hard to curl my short fingers around the edge.
Discmania MD2 (P-line), 176g, bit beat
For approaches, but when I recently started to approach with putters also, I haven't really figured when to use this. Goes bit further (10-20meters?) than P1, but this too tends to turn hard to right when strong-arming, which happens often. I mostly use it for short hyzer and anhyser throws, and use P1 for straight shots.
Discmania Gremlin (S-line) 172g
Don't use much, for few downhill drives and sometimes to approaches which must fade to left. For some reason haven't got good feeling about this.
2xDiscmania Jackal (S-line) 172g
For driving. Goes pretty straight with nice fade on the end, unless I throw it nose up which happens too often. With strong arming turns to right also.
Other discs not really in use:
Champion MD2 176g, plastics feels too slippery compared to S- and P-lines.
Birdie 172g, bit akward, but maybe I should test it again for short approaches.
Blizzard DD2 166g, too big disc for me, fades hard to left.
TD2, 169g, goes bit further than Jackal but not so consistently, sometimes turns hard, sometimes not at all.
Blizzard Krait, DX Valkyrie and DX Teebird, all are useless as they turn so much to right.
I'm quite happy with the Jackal as my driver, although I'm open for suggestions about something more stable in case of windy days and such. The midrange department is bit lacking though, I have though about buying MVP tangent as many have recommended it. I'd like something more stable than MD2 is. On the other hand I have though about Comet, so that would reveal my technique flaws and would force me to throw properly... P1 is ok for putting, but I don't like to drive with it, bit more stable disc would be nice there also, and maybe tad faster also. I have read about MVP Ion and Anode, and been thinking about one of them.
What do you think?