Prodigy manufactures some of the best mids in all of disc golf. If you’re looking for a more consistent midrange game, you may want to consider throwing Prodigy discs. Most of the Prodigy midrange drivers have a similar feel with a deep comfortable rim. The lower the number, the more overstable the midrange is. The original run of Prodigy M3’s was renamed M2’s because they turned out to be more overstable than Prodigy intended. Older discs marked M3’s are actually the same mold of the current M2’s. Also, Prodigy retooled the M1, so there is an old M1 with a little bit different feel and flight as the original M1. These are the current Prodigy Midrange discs available.