I have tried four of the discs; Judge, Fugitive, Trespass and the Escape.
First. The names are... meh, and the art work on the discs makes them hard to determine one disc from the next. Though these are minor problems. Disc could be named 1, 2 and 3 and it wouldn't matter, so the names aren't important. And Innova is the World Heavy Weight Champion of badly named discs and hard to read art work, so this means very little.
The plastic is familiar. It's Latitude stuff. So if you liked it before, you'll like it now. If you didn't like it before, you won't like it now.
The Judge is a big bead putter which closely resembles a Gateway Wizard, Discraft Challenger, or Innova Aviar, with an oh-so-slight bevel which feels like a Discraft Magnet. It's stable in the firm plastic and less stable in the gummy "classic" plastic. I am concerned how gummy it will become in the summer heat. The firm plastic putter I saw was very stable and I hope they put them into production. The first impression is that the judge is a low profile putter, but when compared to aviars, wizards and challengers, it's actually very similar. It does have some glide to it, but I couldn't overpower it - like a I do my normal putter - without turning it over.
The Escape is an Innova Teebird with some excellent glide and if you don't over torque it, it should stay stable for most people. I think DD will need a Firechicken/Predator disc pretty quick though, this seemed to have a great deal of high speed turn over but it does fade back nicely. The Escape should be their most popular disc and it will compete with the PD Freak, the Discraft Tracker, the Latitude Striker or the Innova Teebird (or TL). The lighter weight ones seemed to be more stable.
The Trepass is the driver. It has the rim width of a Innova Wraith or Discraft Surge and the glide of a Destroyer. It was fast and if thrown on an anny line it flexed out rather nicely. Stability varied but it tends to be slightly over stable in the RED color and less stable in the ORANGE (if that makes any sense). But it did pick up and go. Fans of smaller rimmed drivers will like this, but it will require some pep to make it go for you. I am going to say that this is not a good disc for beginners.
The Fugitive. With the release of the Innova ROC 3 in the newly revamped Innova Champion Plastic, this disc might get overlooked by most. It's a beaded and beveled midrange much like the Roc. And it has some glide and speed to it. It's also a tad overstable, like a beat up Discraft Wasp. So if beaded midranges are your thing, it's worth picking up. If you're a buzz thrower, this isn't going to impress you. It feels like the the Pain or the Warship.
I think I would like to see the Trepass and the Fugitive in a different plastic before I pass any further judgements.
I would say that most of these discs are not beginner friendly with the ones I played with. There needs to be some less stable molds to accentuate the line and to give advance players more options on the course; Or just to offer something for newbies or weaker-armed throwers to try.
If you don't mind, and can afford it, it never hurts to try out new discs. I'm sure there could be some sample discs made available if you want to try them out before you buy them.