The official 2008 collector guide can be found HERE
There were 1007 of these made. The stamp was designed by Skeet Scienski.
Here is Skeet’s take on the disc:
“I’ve been dreaming up creatures and ideas for creation since I was 3 years old. Also, discgolf is one of my favorite past times, so working with Innova is a win-win situation. Innova asked me to come up with something that expresses a modern and energetic take on this favorite classic icon. I searched the net for images and came up with the ROC from a hodge podge of animals. The body came from a hawk, the claws are inspired from an owl and the head comes from the newly discovered remains of what can only be describe as the prehistoric ROC. The photo of this ancient bird’s beak measured a whopping 26 inches. I couldn’t resist throwing it all together. Innova also requested something that resembled comic book style ink art. Since ink is my specialty, I had no problem bringing this mythical bird to life.”
Rancho mold. There were 541 of these made. This is a remake of the classic ’01 stamp.
Retr01 – EchoStar
There were 19 of these made
There is no information on the production numbers of this.
San Marino mold. There were 150 of these made. All 150 of the original stickered ones were pure embossed.
There were an unknown amount of West Sayeed produced that were unnumbered and had no sticker. These were very common
West Sayeed – EchoStar
San Marino mold. It is unknown how many EchoStar’s were produced
Skull and Bones
Produced in all 3 Roc molds. San Marino there were 213 made. Rancho there were 148 made. Ontario there were only 9 made.
Skull and Bones – EchoStar
There were 25 of these made
Mini Roc Army
Rancho mold. There were 120 of these made
Rancho mold. There were 2 of these made
Roc Army – EchoStar
There were 200 of these made
Kenny Five Time
San Marino mold. There were 501 of these made
Kenny Five Time – EchoStar
There were 80 of these made