Awesome. Yeah it's an exciting disc and I think a lot of players are going to enjoy throwing it.
So I've continued throwing my 169 gram champ destroyer and letting everyone at the course have some fun experimenting with it. It has now passed the "new" phase and is broken in somewhat. The less dense (more rubbery feeling) champion plastic is holding up amazingly well. Skips off of concrete result in an abrasion instead of little chits of plastic so it has stayed smooth in the hand.
The flight is now much more rounded so that it will turn over slightly out of the hand when thrown hard and then it tends to hold that line and angle very well until eventually fading out hard when it slows down. With the right height it will hold great anhyzer lines as well while coming out predictably at the end.
Every player that has thrown it, that has decent distance already (maybe 350' with a TeeBird), has been able to achieve new distances with this disc. It does take some getting used to and usually several throws to get the angles just right because it's so nose angle sensitive. The lower power players aren't able to get the same distance benefits but most everyone has, with less effort, attained new personal distance records