I recently started throwing a flat-top, Ching stamped Roc that I got for helping with the course in Belmond. I really like the way it flies but the plastic has a tendency to come off in chunks when i hit trees. How do these Ching stamped Rocs compare to the regular DX Rocs in terms of flight and durability? Thanks in advance.
Mike, you're right. They fly more overstable. Probably quicker too, but I'm not sure of that. The ching stamping process is what causes the discs to be flat-top; the cooling of the stamping process causes the flight plate to flatten.