Continuing on with the 23MM Distance Driver Class, today it's the Octane's turn. The Octane is a stable-understable driver that's definitely worth having in your bag.
Octane falls in the general stability lineage of Switch, Amp, Inertia, and Wave, with a slow-turning profile that holds long and straight until its fade finish. The 23mm Octane is designed to be relatively less understable than its 21.5mm counterpart Wave. Average throwers should see straight flights with a bit of shallow turn, while power throwers will be able to hyzerflip for max distance and tailwind lines.
Based on the Octane's flight profile, a couple of discs you can compare it to would be the Crank by Discraft and Innova's TeeDevil. All three have similar slow-turning profiles holding long and straight until the fade at the end. To view a side by side view of the three, visit http://www.inboundsdiscgolf.com/content/?page_id=431&id=LR066674431831022986113777921OO and see for yourself.
But, the only way to know for sure is to pick up an Octane and throw it! I'm sure you won't be disappointed!