The rim feels like the Beast, the dome looks like a Roadrunner and the flight is pretty close to an Opto River, but longer. There is a limit to how hard I can throw it, though, before I turn it into a roller (which btw it's not wonderful at because it needs a lot of cut angle to roll straight). If I power down to what I compare to throwing my midrange about 80m to 90m, the Scorch shows exactly what it is designed for, which is long S-flights that go sneaky far. Any faster than that and I need to really dig into a hyzer angle to ensure it flips up (very easy to do) and rides instead of just dumping over into the turn. When I hit the combo of angle and power perfectly, I can flip up for 90m to 110m dead straight, or 120m+ on a huge turn and fade back that will end up right of target by 15m. I would probably leave it at home if I was on an open course like Fairways, but may like it in more wooded courses like QP where I could use it as a little cheat code for easy straight line distance via mid-speed hyzer flips.