For years I have used a beat up 300 A2 as my overstable mid because I get midrange distance (200-265' for me) that flies relatively straight and flat then fades hard. I have always wanted an overstable mid that has that distance but with a continual fade rather than an overstable dump at the end. I have a new proto M1 that has almost that flight. It has a tendency to flip up to flat when I hit it hard. This 750, very stiff and kinda sharp, M1 has that continual fade that makes it a great overstable mid. Once the flashing wears off and the edges soften up a bit, I'm sure it'll be exactly what I'm wanting in a midrange. I like to throw my mids hard, I don't want to power down on them. Because of that, I need a midrange that can handle torque in hyzer, flat, and anhyzer releases. The 750 M1 can do that perfectly. Pick one up if you are wanting an overstable mid that continuously fades rather than one that just flies and falls. If you don't like it, hit me up, I'll probably buy it from you.
First time trying disc, a little disappointed. Maybe it was this run but mine could not handle torque from power. I might look for a very stable m3. I absolutely love all my prodigy discs..... I will beat in this disc more and giver her more chances, maybe try a friends out to see if mine is a dud.
Over stable mid is good for when you want to power up but don’t want it to turn over on you. 750 plastic is sturdy and will take the abuse of all the trees I’m going to hit haha
This was my first M1, wasn't sure what to expect but I absolutely love it for backhands drives off the tee and upshots up to 280ish.
I absolutely love the 750 and 750G plastic. Mix that with a nice overstable midrange and it becomes a disc I’ll always throw. Great for a nice 250-290 up shot and even shorter forehands. Great for all arms at many distances.