Heck ya. I have Discraft, Latitude 64, Innova, and Hero (really Innova). IMO, unless you are a pro and are sponsored by a company. You are just missing out on some great discs. Heck you can't tell me even the sponsored pros would love to have a Roc (if you throw for Discraft) or a Buzzz (throw for Innova)
The main reason I only throw Innova is because it is mostly what is available around here (a little gateway but I don't buy it). I would love to try Discraft stuff (FLX plastic is awesome) and I plan on picking up MVP, Vibram, and would like to try some Laat 64. For the most part though I am pretty pleased with just having Innova and don't feel like I'm missing out (except maybe for the Buzzz and in the putter area...).
I know what You guys are saying and I am at a point in my game in which I'm not really trying any new plastic out. I did try the Nuke and Katana out but was not impressed. A well beat Boss will fly just as well if not better for MAX. D. and a Sidewinder is easier to roll. Both are way to flippy to be reliable for me. I did however achieve some moderate distance when throwing with my off hand(LHBH) let's say 250-300' with a good pull. Thanks for the feedback folks. In the bag during tourney's 2 Star Boss-174, 2 CFR Champion Max-174, 2 Champion Sidewinder-174, 2 Z Predator-174, 2 Pro Line Tsunami-171, 3 CFR Glow Gazelle-174, 2 2006 USDGC Champion Rocs-180, 2 11x K.C. Rocs, 3 Pro D. Challengers-174, and 2 Organic Wizards-174. All disc are in different stages of wear.