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I think John McMullen (above) has it right. Buy your drivers in bulk, find a BIG field and hammer away at all angles!!
I practice throw until I am pretty well muscle fatigued. That way I get a feel for how to throw a specific disc no matter what my energy level (I'm over 50).
As for me personally...
Backhand for the big D
JLS in Millenium plastic for big tail winds or drastically long downhill shots
The Monarch low-170's in neutral or a slight tail wind- is looking mighty sweet !
Star Destroyer 169 in light to moderate head wind (or dramatic uphill shots)
A weighty Champ Firebird... "the legend" in big head winds
I think you'll get a mixed bag of answers for this one. since you don't want any opinions on what you should do.. I throw a kc12x Wraith or star Destroyer or Valk for my longest shots.
all depends on the snap, but I can outdrive most of the people I play with or see, except a few local pro's.. damn them!!
but as I often see in tournaments and tell my friends.. doesn't matter if you can drive far if you cant make a good upshot or putt. hence my delegation to the INT ADV rank till I work on that aspect of my game some more.