I've read some arguments on the numbers that say they're not right if you have a two-plane swing. There has been discussions on how the equation for angle of attack and clubhead path is calculated. I hear there are too many assumptions on the calculation. Ball behaviour may be the only set of reliable numbers on the machine according to the threads I've read.
I have no first hand information on this, yet there might be an issue on the path vs. plane comparision, that give doubtfull numbers on angles of whether you come from the outside or not depending on the actually measured reference points of clubhead position in the proximity of impact.
You cannot hit a draw or fade with that flightscope calculator though can
you? it either slices or hooks if you put spin on the shot. The shot
always starts straight and veers off either way.
Funny. In real life you can hit a draw with cutting the ball by more than 10° according to FlightScope numbers is what I hear.
PS. Where does these Russian alphabets following the nick-name (писал(а)) come from to quotation?