On a related note, has the DX plastic become more durable the last few years? In the last year, I've lost my two well seasoned Rocs and the newer ones I've started throwing don't ding, scuff or scratch. I've had my best results from DX Rocs that wear in fairly quickly from brand new, but are very useful for a long time. The newer ones I've been throwing feel like they won't wear in with nice scuffs, blunted edge and sunken tops.
Originally Posted by davei
Not a bad idea. However a flippy disc out of the box is likely to turn into a really flippy disc in a short time.
It seems that the best turning discs, especially Rocs, have been seasoned from an initial stable beginning. Sanding, tree tuning, etc. just doesn't seem to produce the same results.