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Putter 20 10.53%
Lid 97 51.05%
Mid 37 19.47%
Fairway 25 13.16%
Distance Driver 11 5.79%
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I'd live to be proven wrong, but I think if we go lid, then people will buy one the first year and then never buy one again. It will be a novelty disc, not something that people actually bag. But that's just my 2 cents

I voted fairway and I'd prefer a slower firebird like disc. A cross between the eagle-x and the whippet
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And it should have been jcassidys decision to make this poll. Not anyone else's
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Chief OS is very slow Roc like.
Check them out!

I vote lid.
Chief os is a sweet flick upshot disc, been throwing it for a few weeks and really liking it.
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Low profile, smaller diameter lid.

Like a bigger Lil' Wiz.
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[QUOTE=mgamache8;3157968I voted fairway and I'd prefer a slower firebird like disc. A cross between the eagle-x and the whippet[/QUOTE]

That is called a resistor.

While a lid might not have the largest chance to be mass produced, it has the biggest chance to stay in peoples bags.
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If you make me a premium plastic Classic Roc or even just something that flies like it, I will buy 20.
They've made those. They didn't sell. Hence the, they don't make those anymore.

They had a very strange bubble too too...

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I'd live to be proven wrong, but I think if we go lid, then people will buy one the first year and then never buy one again. It will be a novelty disc, not something that people actually bag. But that's just my 2 cents

I voted fairway and I'd prefer a slower firebird like disc. A cross between the eagle-x and the whippet
Are you aware of how many company's are making a great Putter? A great midrange? A great fairway and distance driver? The market is doing just fine there...

How many good polecats are out there?

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Are you aware of how many company's are making a great Putter? A great midrange? A great fairway and distance driver? The market is doing just fine there...

How many good polecats are out there?
I'm saying that there's a reason nobody makes a good polecat.......people don't buy them

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Lid is smashing the competition...just what I wanted to see!
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