The downside of Discraft's super high-quality plastic blends is how tough they are. This means that fresh out of the box, drivers like the Force are going to dump hard left for about 100 throws before they start showing any cooperation, at all. And if, like me, you get one of the super flat-top runs, you still won't see the kind of glide when McBeast or Adam Hammes throw their Forces on JoMez. My advice is to start with the domed versions and see if you love it, and then perhaps explore the flat-tops for your forehand options. In my hands, a full rip flat backhand barely gets to 120m, showing no inclination at all for high-speed turning. When I bag it (which isn't all that often) it will be for high wind conditions where I need to rip into the teeth of a 20mph breeze without fear of any turn, or where I know I will need a Firebird type hyzer spike, but with 20m more length than my Firebird will go. Bear in mind, I am talking about a flat-top Force. When I decide to work in my domier Force, I may have a completely different experience!