I was originally disappointed with this disc because I expected it to be more overstable than it was. It has a great hand feel, sporting the same shallow profile as the other 6.5 speed discs in the MVP/Axiom lineup. Recently, I realized that this is a great disc for straight-to-fade lines and hyzer lines. I would describe it as an overstable teebird or a shorter Axiom Wrath with a little more fade.
(If you want a super overstable disc, pick up the eclipse resistor! It's a great compliment to the neutron model. I currently bag both.)
I love this disc for big backhand hyzer shots or straight to fade power forehands. I live at 10,000' elevation where discs fly way more overstable than at sea level. Even up here, this disc isn't too much of a meat hook. The high glide helps keep it pretty straight for about 50-60% of it's flight with a nice, steady fade at the end. It also keeps pushing forward instead of dumping out. As a forehand disc, it flies straight for 60-70% of the flight before fading out with great forward push. It's a great headwind disc for long upshots. Highly recommend this disc to players in the intermediate to advanced level. For slower arms or beginners, it's probably a touch too overstable.
2020 Usps is a disaster
I haven't been able to play disc golf as much as I would like lately, but I did get to go out and work on my forehand (or absence of), and the MVP Resistor has a Great feel to it! Almost a beaded edge? It sits really well on my index finger knuckle and crease of my thumb. Everyone's hands are different, but this is definitely worth a try!