*Comes with RIPPED
*Sound activation may be a problem with quiet guns
I've only used my reloader B for one day.
I found that popping the lid mid game was insanely easy, and I didn't have a problem with the lid popping loose when doing slides (although I only did feet first slides).
The hopper managed to keep up with extended strings of me walking the trigger. I'd say I was shooting around 13bps. I intentionally made my trigger stiffer to prevent trigger bounce and to *cough* conserve paint.
In an entire day of playing , and about 1700 rounds of paint, there was not one chop.
I would suggest reinforcing your O-ring detents though(if you have them).
As for the weight, using lithium batteries made the Reloader B equal in weight to an Eggy II.
I had absolutely no problems with it misfeeding due to the sound activation.
To give you an idea of how sensitive it is, loading paintballs into the loader causes it to agitate. Tapping the side with your nail sharply causes it to activate. Also people screaming next to me didn't set it off. Anyways if it does go off nothing really happens, the motor tries to spin but senses that the ball stack is already under tension..so it doesn't blend or anything.
Overall a great hopper. NOt sensitive to paint color , no breaks and no chops. Awesome.