Hey Dave, would you explain that the term "stable" is used too often instead of "overstable". When someone says a disc is too stable, in reality that means it flies too flat. They usually mean it is overstable like a MAX not a Frisbee. It is very confusing for many players. Thanks.
You are correct. The confusion comes from the term overstable, I think. This makes it seem that the more stability a disc has, the more tendency it has to turn left for RHBH, when that's not the case. If you have a suggestion for another way to describe a high speed stable low speed hyzer disc, I would like to hear it.