I throw it hard with just a little hyzer on 250 ft holes that go right. Or if I get stuck in trees on the left, and I need to go left quickly to get back on the fareway, I throw it on a steep hyzer and it flips up just enough to get me some distance, and holds it for quite a ways without fading. Perfect for getting out of trouble. Do I really need 6 of them? No. But it makes disc golf more fun when you can practice the same shot 6 times without chasing down your disc. Seriously it's worth it when a disc can instantly take strokes off your game. Definitely watch the wind though, if it's gusting you need to reach for something else. My local course is half woods, so the M4 is perfect for holes that go right. I use the M3 if I want it to go straight, it's more reliable and doesn't turn over nearly as much.
Haven’t thrown it yet, but looks great, came quick, can’t wait to throw.
Feels great in the hand. Very consistent flight.