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 DX Mako3 is a stable straight flying disc. With 0 turn and 0 fade, you can expect it to hold the line you put it in and hold, hold, hold. It's a great training tool to see if you're releasing a disc flat, or you can use it any time you need a disc to fly straight for up to 300 feet.
The Innova Mako3 is one of the most popular molds with amateur players since it came out in 2017. It just flies straight. You'll read that a few times in the description here because it's true. Some folks like the feel of the Star Mako3 which will have a little hyzer in it. Some folks like the Champion Mako3 which will have slightly more hyzer in it and last longer before being straight and finally flipping over a bit after a number of years. The DX Mako3 is going to offer you lots of different color and weight options, along with the grip that DX plastic offers. Use this disc for touchy upshots, use it for soft hyzers, use it anywhere you don't think your putter will reach but you want that flight.
DX plastic from Innova is a baseline blend. It's softer and more grippy (when it has nicks and dings) than Champion Mako3 or Star Mako3's. It's a little less expensive because it will wear out faster, but it's a great choice if you're not throwing this as hard as you can.
The DX Mako3 from Innova is a dream come true for so many folks. You can get something low weight that flies straight with lots of glide. It's point and shoot and let the disc just glide towards the basket. Don't allow for hyzer, just line it up at the basket and give it the height to glide there and you'll be in love with the Innova DX Mako3.
This is the disc that your friends says flies straight. You go throw it, leave it right and you end right of the basket because it actually flies straight.