Originally Posted by NOSteveLA
I have thrown a few of these rubber coated fancy flyers and can say if it werent for kids this company would be bankrupt already.
Lol, I guess I'm a 33 year old kid. MVP makes an excellent product. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, and if you truly don't like the way that their discs fly, that's fine. I for one would rather throw a coaster than a Teebird, but everybody else loves them. I know that all of their discs are some-what based on other molds, but my game improved when I started throwing them, plain and simple. I believe that once they start cranking out drivers and get a couple of big name endorsers, MVP will become one of the leading companies in disc golf.