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Well it's 2009, has anyone added anymore Millennium to their bag? Have questions about Millennium discs?
What's your Millennium Bag looking like for the new year, and new season?
What would you like to see from Millennium in the new year?

For me, my bag hasn't changed much. I removed the SOLS, replaced it with the MOLS, and carry 2 MOLF's and 2 QOLFs and removed the SOLF. I feel the consistency and durability of the Q plastic is key. The MOLF's give me that great turn over throw, with the dependable fade I require.
I've change my driving and approaching putter to CE Plastic Omega.

As for things I'd like to see in 09', a fast, headwind disc, something like the Firebird-X or Xcalibur. I think this would be a key addition to the Millennium line of discs and would complete the line.

I also wouldn't mind seeing an overstable, small diameter putt/approach disc like the Rhyno or Gator.

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Back in July I took my wife to Circle R for her birthday and had some time to talk to John Houck. I asked about a disc that would roll like the old and rare, rubber P-38 Lightning. He used to watch me and some of the other old guys roll them back in the late 80's. He said they were experimenting on a roller disc. I agree about the need for something overstable like the x-cal or the boss's that are overstable. So far the boss has performed great into the wind here in windy central Texas. The solf is really a nice disc for me. I'm 59 but I can still get 380 in the right wind on the flat. I've got some ce jls that I threw for a while but have put away. Hope the roller disc gets made.
Makes me sad, those CE JLS are just collecting dust lol they would find a perfect home in my bag ;)
I would love a roller disc as well. Right now, I'm using the MOLS as a roller. It performs ok, but not as good as the Champion Roadrunners, which I would use prior to joining Team Millennium.
I hope to get down to Circle R someday. Sounds like a great place.

larry mann said:
Back in July I took my wife to Circle R for her birthday and had some time to talk to John Houck. I asked about a disc that would roll like the old and rare, rubber P-38 Lightning. He used to watch me and some of the other old guys roll them back in the late 80's. He said they were experimenting on a roller disc. I agree about the need for something overstable like the x-cal or the boss's that are overstable. So far the boss has performed great into the wind here in windy central Texas. The solf is really a nice disc for me. I'm 59 but I can still get 380 in the right wind on the flat. I've got some ce jls that I threw for a while but have put away. Hope the roller disc gets made.

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