I think you need some Rocs. My bag:
171g Z Predator - the only Discraft in my bag. Used for wind, forehand, overhand, and when it must turn left.
175g SOLF - Overstable max distance.
171g SOLF - Moderately overstable max distance.
170g SOLF - More beat, straight max distance w/ slight fade or slight anny.
175g Star Teebird - Controlled overstable.
171g Star Teebird - Straight control with fade.
171g Star TL - Straight control with no fade.
171g Pro TL - Trying to beat into anny control, nice disc the way it is - straight with no fade if thrown right, fairly easy to hyzerflip.
180g Star Roc - Long hyzers.
175g DX Roc - New - hyzers, don't care much if it gets lost, so I throw it around water.
176g DX Roc - Seasoned - the go-to midrange of choice.
175g DX FT Roc - Beat - annys, but wish it were more beat. Still working on it.
176g Q Sentinel - Like a Roc and Predator had a baby.
175g? DX Kite - Annys, filling in until the above gets a little more beat. I honestly hardly ever throw this and expect it to come out of the bag soon.
175g SS Wizard - putting.
175g S Wizard - approaching, driving.
172g SS Wizard - beat to perfection. Straight runs at the basket, anny approaches, uphill putts.
2 more Wizards that only come out for pre-round putting practice.
When life gives you lemons, stick them in the freezer for a few hours, then throw them back, 'cause they're like rocks, man.