I have a question about the Wraith and thowing in general.
I was at the memorial and throwing my wraith over 400' and today in michigan I find that with the same throw the Wraith would not go as far. The air hear seems thicker than arizona, and it seems to turn my wraith over faster. IN AZ I was getting the nice angle on the star wraiths whereas here they turn over into the ground with the same throw. Do you think more overstable plastic would help? I seem to get the most power with an anhyzer release and the nice left to right angle that hooks up at the end. Whatws your thoughts on throwing out west in dry air and out east in sticky humid air?
There is a little difference that is made worse by your throwing style. You would be better off with a Star TeeRex as you attack on a slight anhyzer. If you started hyzer, you would be better of with a Wraith. I have seen studies that discount the wet vs dry air effect, but my experience tells me there is an effect, even if it is a multiple factor, such as temperature, grip, etc. I have also seen studies that say that bumble bees can't fly.