I've only played a few rounds with it so far, but comparing it to my Champ Roc. I see no difference in flight other than some extra distance, but that could be due to the fact it's in Star plastic. Having said all of that, Is this "Carolina Clash" just a touney stamped disc? Or is it some new mold by Innova made in Caolina lol!
P.S. I really like the way the new rim feels in the hand. It's like some of Latitude 64's rims. Ya know, the ones that are rounded or have a slight angle to them. Hmmmmm..Copy Cats!
I think it's the same as what you have. I must say that I've had some issues with Lat 64's rims though; comfortable, but difficult to get a proper grip. Its been a little while since I've thrown a Rancho Roc, would you say that it's noticeably more over-stable than a Wasp? I want something less over-stable than a Drone, but more than a Wasp. I know it's a small little slot, but the Done can be a handful and we have notoriously stagnant air around here so I find myself going days or weeks without even throwing it.
If you are looking for something more stable than a Wasp, but less than the Drone. You should check out the Sentinal by Millennium. That would fit just right in between the two. Plus, it's one of the longer mids I've thrown. I say this because, imo the Roc is less stable that the Wasp. However my Wasp is a flatop, but it's quite a bit more overstable than the Rocs I have. I also carry all thre of the discs you mentioned. A Drone, Wasp, Roc. As well as a Gator, Buzzz, Classic Roc, and a Hawk. Crazy, yes, but I like the comfrot of having all of them.
Ya, it's a great disc. I've been looking high and low for a Z Hawk for some time. I finally found a few. Man I was jacked, but while hunting for them. I ran across some HD Hawks, so I bought three of them. Turns out I ended up liking the feel of the HD Hawks more. Feels like a smoother "D" plastic. So all that looking around and my Z Hawks are sitting. I'll break them out some day, but the HD plastic is pretty tough.