MVP's Overmold Technology:
Let’s be completely honest here. I mostly like MVP discs for their sweet looks. The fact that they feel great in my hands and are my favorite discs to throw is just a pleasant bonus. I’m no pro disc golfer or even a competitive amateur. But, to me, this disc seems to fly just as it’s described here. It’s good for beginner-intermediate players like me who don’t have the highest arm speed and need a disc to fly straight with just a slight fade out at the end of 250’-300’.
The Amp is a great disc for me, as an intermediate player. Both backhand and forehand I can get a predictable, moderate s-curve when released level. For less experienced players, this disc might be a little too fast, resulting in shorter drives that are all fade. MVP discs, especially in Neutron and Proton plastic tend to be a bit more stable. If you're a beginner and don't have a huge arm yet, take a look at the Switch or Relay instead. Or, buy both like I did.
The Switch/Relay can be thrown more easily by beginners, but for a slight headwind, just bump up to a higher speed disc like the Amp and you'll still get a similar flight path. In strong headwinds, the Amp can be a bit too flippy, and you should probably look at the Volt, the Tesla, etc.