Blarg, yes I think so. Same philosophy as ball golf. Use a sand wedge on a short hole so to speak. We currently have the Birdie as our slowest disc. Before that, it was the Piranha. The Aviar is easily faster than either of these.
Blarg, I was just thinking the same thing today: the need for a disc that is shorter and straighter then an Aviar when thrown high and slow. I think there would be a great demand for a disc like that if it had the feel/rim of an Avair or Rhyno (minus the stablity). The problem with the Birdie or the Polecat is the rim, it makes for a very strange grip, almost like throwing a K-Mart disc.
I putt with an Aviar and use it or the Rhyno for short drives and approaches but sometimes there is that in between shot where you are not putting but your not really throwing the Aviar and it becomes a really touchy shot that you could flip over or not put enough on it and have it fade out, ect. so a slow staight disc would be perfect.
Or just beat up a JK Aviar a little bit and pratice those shots... that is what I have been doing.
Also, Dave I just got some ProLine Leopards with the old Innova Bar stamp on them and they say "Designed for Professionals" they are made of some great plastic, it is like a mix of pro and candy, is this what the new Pro Orc and Super Rocs will be like?? The Super Rocs that were made like this are they for the 2005 Worlds in Allentown? If so where can we get them?