The illustrated disc flight line is based on the manufacturer field testing results, during its development process. So, to level the playing field we chose to put a different spin on things for such visual illustrations. Sticking to the manufacturer's test results will offer you a good baseline for how that particular disc will fly.
The MVP Neutron Terra is an overstable disc golf fairway driver. This is a fantastic disc that has a fair amount of glide and lots of fade. Be sure to throw the Terra when you need something that won't flip over on you. The latitude and longitude coordinates (37.7155474,-119.676854) on the stamp are for the Tunnel View for Yosemite, CA. And it's a picturesque view of mountains and a valley.
The flight path of the Terra is going to be straight for as long as it has power, then it's going to hyzer for a long time and have a slow fade. This disc is an excellent choice for a forehand or backhand shot, the Terra handles the torque of either and won't flip over when you rip it. This is not a maximum distance driver, it's much more about control and placement. The top is slightly round but mostly flat, it's got a thing rim that's easy to hold even with a smaller hand size.
Neutron plastic from MVP is a premium blend that you'll see top players on the Disc Golf Pro Tour throwing every weekend. It's durable and provides great grip. It takes a fair amount of time to season as well. It's perfect for the Terra because you want something that's going to provide you that same hyzer flight path for a number of years.
The Terra from MVP is a great choice for anytime you need a guaranteed hyzer, but don't want to reach for something high speed. Snag one of these and really get the 200-300 foot part of your game dialed in.