Yup, very similar to the M4. Both incredible discs, I just find it easier to range the M4. I love the squall though, talk about a seriously underrated disc. I remember feeling that way with the squall, throwing it on sweeping 280-300 hyzers but being able to crank it flat 350-360(i can't throw any other mid anywhere near that far) which is about avg fairway distance for me. So good.
I've only had a weekend with it but so far it's exactly what I've been looking for. A mid with good HSS and little LSS, like a workable Buzzz. I threw a flat Axis for awhile, it broke in too flippy and overlapped with my Fuses. I tried a VIP Warship, same thing. Small diameter makes it friendlier with my Nebula and it's great for wooded holes where I'm torn between a mid for control and straightness or cranking on a driver. I can do both with the Squall. I can force it into an anny if I want, decent hyzer for sweeping shots, a smidge of hyzer for laser straight or flat for straight/maybe track right but finish straight. Flicked it a little, pretty user-friendly.
Tell me how you're diggin' the squall. I want details, haven't thrown one in quite a while but remember it's beautiful combination of distance and accuracy for a fast midrange that actually still feels like a mid