Draxxus Midnight- almost as good, cheaper
RPS Marbs- didn't like, too much $$$
Evil premium- as good, more $$$
Fuel- as good or better, more $$$
Zap Chronic 420- best i've shot, tournament quality, pricey $60/ case
Main= Smart Parts Nerve
2 Tippmann A-5's
2 Tippmann 98c's
Any .689-.691 bore.
Good paint for flatline users.
-Very consistent, round, accurate
-Good price, $47/ case at actionvillage
-None i can think of
Over the years i've shot all kinds of different paint (several listed above) in a quest to find a brand/ paint type i can use for all around play. What i mean by that is a paint that can be used for competitive rec play and tournaments alike and not require me to have to take out a second mortgage to afford feeding my guns week in and week out. Blaze seems to be the most consistent, affordable paint i've come accross yet. Does that mean it's the best- no, i've shot better. Is it the cheapest- no, you can buy paint cheaper. Blaze is the best compromise of price/ performance i have yet to find. Regardless of what kind of ball you play this paint will work, and work well.
I strongly recommend this paint to anyone. It is the best combination of price/ performance of any i've found. If you haven't yet tried it, get a case, you won't be dissapointed. Since we all know there is no such thing as perfect paint i'm giving blaze a 9. just for reference i'd give marbs a 6 and evil premium a 7 (too much $$$)