HA! No this is a third round of putter testing. I've tried understable putters. My part of Ohio is really really windy, so they tend to get tossed around a lot once you hit 20ft. And forget driving them, you could throw enough hyzer to hit knees and they would still turn. But I did forget to mention that I wanted to try the magnet again...darn, so its a group of 6 putters, not 5...
So you basically are only trying the stable with fade putters. Maybe thats why you haven't fallen in love with one as none are that drastically different? A little different, but just not the other end of the spectrum
I would at least give the Magic, Pure and Magnet a try, but its up to you. Even if you don't like the understable ones, it might help you see what you might be missing to love about the ones you are trying.
No, and I probably won't... I find myself leaning towards mostly beaded putters. I'm going to try out the new Ions, Warlock, Wizard, BB Aviar, and Challenger again. I seem to keep finding the challenger coming back again and again. It is basically a made to be beaten in BB aviar.
Towel snap was more just giving me indication I was on to something. What really got me was just rotating my body and letting my arm move freely with that just guiding the disc. What I think has done the most is since this caused me to pull closer to my chest, Im also getting my body more over my disc causing me to get nose down more consistently.