Originally Posted by Aim For The Chains
yeah it took me some getting used to because I expected it to be a little less stable than it actually was, which ended up being great but just flew different than I had imagined. Its really a good disc for those tight lines and low ceiling shots and long true hyzer/anhyzer shots it just keeps riding the line so well'
I would suggest a volt if you want to try one of their drivers.. It is like a teebird/leopard.
I have all three drivers. Just no major experience throwing the volt/shock. I love my amp for turn overs and hyzer flips.