Disc I'm Tossing: Innova Star Wraith.
Three Words: Predictable. Goes. Wind-tamer (is that a word?)
The Background: I have been throwing the Star Wraith for 3 years now. Weighing in at anywhere from 154 g (DX model) up to 175 g, it is a disc that works for noobs or vets. When new they can be daunting at first, with a tendency to go a bit hard right (RHBH), but man o man once you break it in! Amazing! Expect the better plastics to break in a bit easier. Once it does this disc works great for helix shots as it flips over nicely with a steady toss. On a forehand it has some slicing ability, but is fairly predictable and levels out smooth. Expect a bad release to be decently forgiving, but it is a fast mover and will make it pretty far in whatever direction your release was in. Not a disc you want to use for a shot needing some hook. Also you seldom see it used on a slower shot. This disc wants to fly. The Wraith fades moderately, predictably, and glides with a medium trailing off, but not too long. You will "park" many shots with this disc at whatever your target is.
Overall I see this disc used very well in RHBH shots, somewhat on RHFH (but there are better). What it does is regard a nice drive in a way that is majorly satisfying. Some of my longest drives were with this mother. Another great characteristic is it's wind skills. In to the wind it is solid and usable. With any noticeable wind at your back give yourself some room because the Wraith is going for a journey!
Buy it: If your in need of precision driving through the middle of fairway.
From the Manufacturer...
Weight Range: Star:165-175g, Champion:170-175g, Pro:165-175g, DX:150-175g
Best Choice for: Long Hyzers, Tailwind Drives, Long distance with great contol
Available Plastics: Star, Champion, Pro, DX