I like the way my JK and Champion Aviar's resist high speed turn and don't have too much low speed fade. I also like that they don't mind being thrown nose up. I can throw them 285 to 300 feet and would like something similar for the 300-330 ft range where a driver may be too much disc and an Aviar not quite enough. Maybe an Aviar with a lot of glide would do the trick
Which feature or features of the Aviar, are you referring to?
I carry Champ. Stingrays for wide turnover shots and I also carry the Pro Classic Roc and have been experimenting with Champ Panthers. The Pro Classic Rocs don't seem a whole lot longer than Aviars, and the fade is more pronounced. The Champ Panthers I recently added to the bag seem to want to flip, but maybe I need to learn them better. How about a big bead Stingray with a slightly deeper rim? (like i have a clue about disc design).
I need to see how I like Sharks -- but the Aviar is such a straight controllable disc that a longer Aviar would be my dream midrange disc.
Have you tried the Spider?
That would probalby be close to what you are after.
But I agree the Big Bead Avair is an awesome disc....