I have not thrown this, but I cannot stand the picture on it. I like my discs to look as professional as possible. I don't mind if a picture is small and at the edge of the disc (like Discraft ESP). If I want to show someone who has never heard of disc golf before, having birds, the megazord (It's morphin' time Destroyer), Dragons, Archangels, and this thing that looks like a 5 year old drew, will not help the sport look like something to be taken seriously.
I get your point, but this is just one more thing to complicate the disc golf public image issue. Perhaps we should forget about pictures and just keep naming discs creepy things like Stalker, Predator, Force, etc. (I recall an interesting thread about this from some months back.) Ah, the joys of a complex world...
I think that is part of the niche that disc golf has and I think it might kill some of the spirit if we have to take that away to become "professional."
I also see the other side of the coin, but I'm hoping it never changes...we (this sport) should be accepted for how it is, become an Olympic sport, and eventually getting paid like a professional athelete. Not like overpaid golfers, baseball, etc.