I keep seeing that different plastics for different models of disc can perform, well, differently. Why is this? And why would I want to carry, as the title says, various flavors (plastics) of each disc? Why not carry all Star, or ESP, or DX? If one effect of DX or Pro-D plastic is that it can get beat up easier, thus "making" an anhyzer disc, wouldn't it be advisable to do this? (Not that you would want EVERY disc to end up flippy.)
I guess I am not understanding all this too well. I know that each plastic ages differently. For instance, I threw a DC XL Pro-D a couple weeks ago. It was it's maiden voyage. Unfortunately, a street sign decided to pop up and maul my disc. It put a nice ding in the rim. I have done this with other discs (Star, ESP) and have had minimal damage done. But, what does each plastic do to the aerodynamics that can cause a mostly overstable Star disc to become less stable in a Champion plastic?