Solid choices for sure. I'm gonna have to go with '21 Jennings Sidewinder. I use this disc for hyzer flip dead straight shots, long pushing hyzers, backhand rollers that give max distance for me, as well as forehand rollers to get out of trouble.I'm going with Eclipse Reactor and Crave.
I love the feel of the Reactor. Smooth, modern rim and a nice flat top. I've never clicked so well with a mid when it comes to forehand. I used to feel shaky flicking my Vectors, Tensors and other mids over 200'. I've gotten to the point where I'm having to power down my Reactor because I'm overshooting 275-300' holes with it off the tee on a flick. Never thought I'd see the day. It resists moderate winds well while having lots of glide....perfect work horse mid for me. A lot like the KC Rocs I used to throw but with a much better rim shape for my throws....especially FH.
Craves are just so damn versatile. I use mine for bh, fh, bh rollers, fh rollers, overhands, hyzers, straight lasers, s curves, turnovers that don't come back. It's probably the most versatile disc in my bag. I always carry a pair - a well seasoned one I've been throwing since MVP sent them out to the test team, and a fresh one for windier tee shots and more consistent hyzers. Lots of glide and control, and just enough high speed turn to let it shape a large variety of lines without feeling unreliable.
What are your favorite two discs to throw? What's so great about them?
My second choice would have to be the star Wraith. This is my most trustworthy distance driver into the wind and is seasoned enough that it'll give nice turn while still coming back. If this thing is flipping in the wind, I pull out the GG Wraith. For me, the Wraith fits well in my hand (only other speed 11 I carry is a mamba). Such a solid mold overall for long hyzers, low flex shots, and my favorite disc to throw forehand in distance situations or where I need a huge skip.