I have a CnC x mag and a e-class orracle. On the markers i use an egg 2 with z board, cp drop and on/off, Nitroduck 68 45 adjustable, and a cp pro barrel kit.
Egg2, or halo. Wall charger. Good barrel kit. Adjustable compressed air tank.
Level 10 and Ace. Light weight. Decently accurate. Adjustable trigger. Easy to use electronics.
Ace is reflective eye, could use break beams. Lvl 10 needs tuning after constant use.
My x mag has been my primary marker for over one year. It has been the most reliable marker I have ever used. When I first received the x mag I was not able to shoot it as quickly as I could my orracle, but after I fine tuned the trigger I was able to rip quite well on it. The marker itself is increadibly light making it easy to snap shoot with, which is something very nice when playing front. The x mag is more accurate than almost anything but an autococker. Even though it has an ACE(anti chop eye) and a level 10 it still will chop a ball on occasion. The problem with this is that the ACE is a reflective eye and one chop puts the eye out of commision untill it is cleaned. Also, Constant use of the level 10 requires it to be tuned every once and a while. Rt mode is a fun thing. By turning up the output pressure from my nitro duck, I was able to outshoot halos with ease. It is really too bad that rt mode is not legal in tournaments. That could be fun. I have used the x mag in 15 plus tournaments now, and I have only once had to switch to manual mode during a game. Even in manual mode the gun shoots well.
If possible, I recomend that anyone try to pick up this marker. Although they are not being made anymore(screw smart parts) it is still possible to find them up for sale every now and then. The x mag is worth the money. It is fast, decently accurate, and very light weight. You wont be dissapointed with your purchase.