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Old 03-15-2013, 12:11 PM
burnin4 burnin4 is offline
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Mark, do you think you are being overly critical at this point considering 95% of the issues you have mentioned came from the very first shipment from Prodigy? Outside of all the "issues" with Prodigy discs the fading pink is the only one they havent corrected at warp speed.

Also, what is your opinion of the M4? Were you able to throw any of yours before selling them on eBay?


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Drinking Prodigy Coolaid....errr....white grape juice


Ps. Im not a Prodigy hater. I plan on carrying their discs when they figure this stuff out. I'm just really dissapointed there was so much hype, and they have really done a diservice to them and the sport. Every new disc is being launched without the correct questions being asked or answered. Regardless of how other companies do business, prodigy hyped being different; that was exciting for the sport. New discs, new plastic = interesting but NOT a GAME CHANGER. They are doing business the same or worse than the other lazy short sighted companies. Take a break, and do the right thing. Hire someone from another industry to do QC or has experiences with new product launches. Geez, just get something right... They seem to take more time shooting creative tall to short scenic team photos than they do launching a disc with no flaws. we aren't complaining about stuff that is meaning less like wts written too small or ink vs marker. THESE DISCS FADE IN 20 MINUTES, WTF. STOP with the (these are proto's/first runs) good, release only to your team and figure this junk out before people spend big $ to support you and then get screwed time and again.
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