forehands, backhands. fits great in my hands. The feel of the 400 plastic is wonderful. I use this disc for more straight shots with a reliable fade. I trust it on any angle i put it on. holes hyzers and if you put a little anny you can trust it to flex out given the right heigh. Highly recommended for any skill level.
First off, the 400 plastic is amazing. It's grippy, flexible in the heat, rigid in the cold, durable, remains stable...it's the perfect plastic I believe. The A3 mold, the whistler mold, is a great disc for some I'm sure. However, I have tried 300, 350G, 400, and 500 plastic versions of this disc and just can't get it right. I am an avid A2 thrower and use a beat-in 300 A2 for that more glidey spot in my approach arsenal. As for the A3, it flies straight with some glide, then fades out hard at the end with little to no skip. On forehand, the A3 can handle a ton of power and snap without rolling over. The A3 does, however, require the user to have good form on backhand and forehand. I have found this mold to be more strict on the thrower having little to no OAT and good arm speed to access all the characteristics of this disc. When you do it right, you get great results. When you don't do it right, an A2 is more forgiving....IMO!
I’ve been wanting to beef up my overstable collection and this has really helped! The 400 plastic holds up well and keeps disc in good shape!