First off, 400G plastic is my favorite for all 7-speeds and up. It feels great, flies great, and doesn't ricochet 200' when it hits a tree...as I have been known to do. That said, the D6 is not a mold I typically bag. The rim width feels larger than a D1 or D2, so it's slightly unusual, and they are typically very domey. However, I do throw them occasionally on courses where rollers or extreme downhill shots are needed. If you have an opportunity to throw a D6, preferrably a new D6, on a hole with extreme downhill elevation, you'll love how it flips twice and holds the most beautiful net-straight flight. If you're throwing this in the woods, I recommend fan-gripping to eliminate some spin and torque. Be gentle with this mold and it'll treat you good. This disc, especially with the Big Star, is going straight into my collection and will likely never be thrown. I have another 400G D6 that gets into the bag occasionally if I need. Overall though, the D6 is certainly a mold any serious disc golfer should have.
This disc is a good roller but difficult for air shots
It arrived early, it flights exquisitely and is an essential part of my bag now.
Love the way this plastic takes dye
If you're looking for an understable driver, this is the one...Anything from a roller, to a vertical releasing hyzerflip to late turn, this disc will do it...Slower armspeeds, you can get big distance with it..intermediate to advanced arms Peedi, this can be a great utility disc if you get the right angle to match your arm speed. Or slow the arm speed down to 50% and get a nice hyzerflip to flat for a woods tunnel shot.