As they have become more "seasoned" as well as practicing more with them. I've been able to birdie holes on a regular basis. That in the past, required a well placed jump putt. Those discs are the Nuke and Katana. I have to say they are equal in distance for me, but they are used for different types of holes and conditions. For me the Nuke can take on headwinds and needs a little more room since it hyzers more than the Katana. I use my Katana for tight holes and tailwinds. As for the Boss and the Force. They are just to stable for me. So I can't vouch for their distance.
Katana by far on a calm day. I am crushing my previous best distances by close to 50-75 feet even with starting to use a run up. The disc is faster than any other I have thrown, and the glide is phenomenal.
The Nuke so far is my distance disc for head winds. On calm days I just can't get the disc to not hyzer out big time at the end, but the Nuke fights the wind like no other. It actually flies like a Katana in the wind.
Destroyer for me, but I've seen the Nuke add almost instant distance to people's throws. I'm trying to beat some of the stability out of my Nuke before it becomes a primary driver. Right now, I have three Destroyers in the bag, in three different plastics, to do three different throws. For consistency's sake, I'm not sure that I will ever really give them up.