Any Draxxus paint is good because they all range from .687-.689 and will last about 3 months or more before it goes bad; I have never seriously relied on any other paint
Very Accurate when matched with right paint
No adjustable bore sizes
I bought 2 of these barrels when I first got into paintball because I had two Spyder Sonixs. I thought that by buying an exspensive barrel, I could become more accurate. But little did I realize that without the proper sized paint and a decent gun and bolt, I would be shooting just slightly more accurate than before. This was when I was in like 6th grade, so give me a break.
I recently started to use higher priced paint (Draxxus Midnight) in my new Dragun TES, so it has made all the difference. This barrel kills at a distance of at least 100 feet. But you need the right paint, so check your paint before you buy it, because if it doesn't match the bore size, then you might as well just put the stock barrel back on.
This is a great barrel for those players who usually want more accuracy but don't feel like spending a ton of money. It still looks good after 4 years, just minor scratches from sand and the woods.