Ive been shootin a DX XD and its dead on straight. The Aero is also a very straight putter. Ive tryed shootin a more stable putter like the Gateway Voodoo but couldnt get it to work well, also it seemed to roll away on me quite a bit. Good luck.
One of my son's friends missed a drop in. He slipped on some mud by the hole and ended up with the disc about 15' from the hole. I wish they had a video, my son and the other witnesses can't tell the story with out cracken' up.
Mark, I have to agree with you 100% on this. In fact I while say that there aren't any discs, sticky or whatever that will prevent a disc from bouncing out or going through the chains. There is absolutely no evidence to support this. So when someone says "This disc will stick to the chains", don't believe them. A disc that is thrown in the right place will go in.
BTW I generally putt with a TeeBird, sometimes DX but lately my Star TeeBird. I know that there are people who there who will call this blasphemy and cringe at the thought but it works for me. On days that I don't hit my putts I don't blame anyone or anything besides myself. It's really all in your head. If you want to make that putt you will! It's as simple as that (barring crazy wind conditions).
Putting with a T-Bird is no big deal. If I saw a beginner doing it because it was his only disc I might advise them to try a putter. But if you have been playing and have your game established, to each his own.
As for a good putter that hyzers in flight, I would say most champion and star aviars do that in different degrees along with hard type wizzards and z magnets. Most soft putters tend to break in and lose some of their hyzer factor. Bead or beadless plays a role as well .The best thing to do is try different types and see what works best for you.
I'm with Skipper and Mr. Ed on the Wizard. Now that I have my magic I really only grab the wizard when I'm looking for a little hyzer and am looking to have the shot fade left towards the basket. ( For me, that usually means an approach rather than a Putt though)