Tippmann 98 Custom: I didnt put much money and thought into this, only had a boomstick on it so it wasn't really comparable to a freestyle
Impulse: Freestyle is a lot better, although the impulse was much better from intermediate/beginner players.
black-blue fade 04 Freestyle
Halo B Hopper
11" stock barrel
Crossfire 4500 psi low pressure tank
A new ASA
a new barrel is nice for any accuracy freaks out there but its not necessary for most players
very good stock trigger
shoots very fast
comes with PDS
Must be kept under high maintainenss
Hard to take apart and put together
The Freestyle is definitly a tournament class gun. I could sit here going on and on about how good it is but that's really just my opinion. The truth is if you're not willing to treat your gun extremely well and dont have the time to work really hard to fix things with it, it's not the gun for you. It requires a lot of time and patience to get something fixed, but once you're good with that, it's a great gun. I've had no major problems with it with the exception of having to get a new ASA because mine was broken when I bought it.
There's really nothing much to say about this gun. It's excellent if you can fix any minor problem that comes along. I don't reccomend this gun to people who haven't had past paintball gun experience. For those of you that know guns inside and out, this is the gun for you.