Re: Ask Dave D Here
Robj, your Pro Orc sounds like a color transition from white to blue or vice versa. I don't think the Pro Starfire needs any more room than the Pro Orc to work. I didn't think either was particularly good into a wind as they would turn and make the line read difficult. Both get a lot of glide and are easy to throw in non wind situations. The big difference for me between the two was the low speed characteristic and the longevity. The Pro Starfires hold the turn longer and last longer. The Pro Orcs become flippier with age fairly quickly, but still come back harder if you don't lose it entirely. So, to answer you question: I think there are two ways to use the Pro Starfire's characteristic to a great advantage. Neither involves throwing into a wind. First, line drive hyzer flip works great. Second, medium high left with a little turn will go far as it will hold the nose down turn for a long ways. Right left crosswinds work well for the hyzer flip too, as it does for the Sidewinder.
By far, the most important part of any shot is what is happening in the last split second as the disc is pulling itself from your grip. Focus there. It's the key.