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Old 10-30-2019, 10:09 AM
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I've been throwing one of these the past couple of weeks as my overstable compliment to my Comet lineup. I feel like the stability of this disc is right there with the MD4 and Rocx3. It definitely holds up ok into a moderate headwind.

To the person asking how it compares to a Verdict, I would say it has a tick less fade in the last 25% of it's flight, a smidge slower and a little more glide than a Verdict. I think this disc fits well with the MD4, Rocx3 and Verdict type of midrange.
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Old 11-14-2019, 12:52 PM
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I've got one on the way and I'm pretty stoked about it. I felt the Neo plastic on an Enigma last week and immediately ordered this one. From US to OS I've got a beat in XT Mako3 > Star Mako3 > beat in mcpro Roc3 > Method.

Those of you that have throw it, would it be redundant to also pick up an MD5? The roc3 has gotten relatively flippy on me or I might have just went to an MD5 and skipped the Method.

Side note I love the Shadow Titan stamp, but I've noticed that the nicer the disc the more trees you hit so I went plain lol.
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Old 11-14-2019, 04:57 PM
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Those of you that have throw it, would it be redundant to also pick up an MD5? The roc3 has gotten relatively flippy on me or I might have just went to an MD5 and skipped the Method.
I guess I'm just going to chase you around this forum.

MD5 is *very* different from the Method. I feel like there's even more of a contrast between the Method and MD5 than there would be between your Makos and Roc3.

MD5 is a Gator-style mid, so it doesn't want to stay in the air, and when it fades it dumps hard.

Comparing to fairway drivers:

MD5 :: Firebird (utility OS)
Method :: Fresh, extra beefy TeeBird (100% trustworthy HSS with a gliding hyzer finish)
Mako3/Beat Roc3 :: Leo/FD (straight to turnover depending on how beat-in)

Hope this helps!

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Old 11-15-2019, 10:41 AM
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I guess I'm just going to chase you around this forum.

MD5 is *very* different from the Method. I feel like there's even more of a contrast between the Method and MD5 than there would be between your Makos and Roc3.

MD5 is a Gator-style mid, so it doesn't want to stay in the air, and when it fades it dumps hard.

Comparing to fairway drivers:

MD5 :: Firebird (utility OS)
Method :: Fresh, extra beefy TeeBird (100% trustworthy HSS with a gliding hyzer finish)
Mako3/Beat Roc3 :: Leo/FD (straight to turnover depending on how beat-in)

Hope this helps!
Yes it definitely helps. I was actually split between The Method and the Gator3 being my next mid and now I've got a better idea that it wouldn't be redundant. (I have that issue with drivers. I love my Sheriff, Pharaoh and Grym but they're all basically the same)

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Old 11-17-2019, 10:38 PM
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As I've been using the method since it came out I can give a more detailed review. I really like the flight, the two I have been using replaced two of my roc3s that I had in my bag for a while. As it breaks in it keeps its torque resistance but loses its stability. Really wanting to get this mold in the exo plastic so I can break one in to replace my more broken in rocs. Until then I really like the feel of the plastic and flight of the disc, they should hold a solid place in my bag as they continue to break in.
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Old 11-18-2019, 04:35 AM
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My spider sense says the Exo Method is in the works. Ought to be a crowd pleaser.
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Old 11-18-2019, 12:38 PM
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That Lat was able to actually produce a very good mid that didn't overlap with Discmania's existing mids is pretty cool. Same could be said for the Instinct as well.
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