One more question, then I'll quit bothering you.
How does the P1 compare to the beadless aviar, flight and mold wise?
The plastic on the P2 is varied at this point from DX like to Pro like. The stiffer DX type are more stable generally than the softer ones. I prefer the stiffer ones. They are not as stiff as KC, more like DX.
The P1 is very much like our regular putter, but it is made of a soft, grippy, Pro type plastic. The flight starts out very straight and stable when new, but beats in to a soft, straight line. These will not hold a line when thrown for long approaches or drives. They will turn slowly, much like a regular putter. Neither the P1 or P2 is in major distribution at this point, but they are available from discgolfvalues.