this is a great disc with super consitant flight. my own personal opinion is that ot doesnt feel great in the hand. i am not a huge fan of the feel under the disc, it makes the disc feel like it might slip out. other than that its still a great overall disc
This was the first Prodigy disc I had bought. My bag is full of other brands and after playing in a Prodigy sponsored tournament, I came away impressed. I settled on this FX-2 and had heard good things about the 400 plastic. I think the best comparison for this disc would be a mix between a Teebird and Teebird3 from what else I have thrown, and that is a great thing! The 400 plastic feels great and I would like to find a driver in that plastic too. I threw the FX-2 backhand and I flicked it too. Both held straight lines for me for about 200’ then took a controlled fade for the last 50’. I am a weekend player so more seasoned players will likely achieve much more distance.
The FX-2 quickly became my absolute go-to. Straight out of the box it has so much more glide than any other disc that is this overstable. That means that shaping shots with this disc is like cheating, You know where it is going to go every time but you aren't sacrificing any distance to gain that predictability. That being said, this is not a distance driver by any means, it is a widely applicable utility disc great for spike hyzers or flat hyzers from 350 and in. The texture underside not only contributes to its glide but, in combination with its' slightly deeper rim, it makes the disc easy to grip even in the rain. From my first throw, it became the most trusted disc in my bag.