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 Innova Champion Daedalus is an understable distance driver that players will want for max distance. With a stronger turn than fade, the Daedalus will find a spot in your bag as one of the few flippy distance drivers.
When you're throwing the Champion Daedalus you'll need lots of speed and power, this disc is designed to be thrown 300+ feet so that it has time to turn and fade. Don't be afraid to throw max power to get max distance. When you release the Daedalus flat it will turn over for most of the flight before fighting back to fade at the end. This disc will be able to provide you with the direction and distance that your off shot might not be able to give you. If the disc isn't turning try throwing more nose down, or beating in the plastic a bit.
Champion plastic is the most durable that Innova makes. It's the highest price because it's the highest quality, you'll get years of use out of one of these discs. The flight characteristics will be held the longest in this plastic, so don't worry about the Daedalus becoming a roller until you've hit many trees and rocks. When comparing the flight path to an Innova Star Daedalus, this will be slightly more overstable in the beginning.
If you are looking for a disc that can be thrown sidearm or backhand and get you lots of distance and turn, then try out the Champion Daedalus. It's durable, glidey, and perfect for the big arm player.