Variable bore sizes in same case
Doesn't seem to ship to well
I have only had the opprotunity to use this paint on a practice basis with my team and from what I have seen, it isn't the greatest paint, but for the price it isn't the worst. I have used X.O. paint before at the '04 Skyball, but it was their Vein brand and that shot well. I understand that X.O. is a newer company, so I will give them the benefit of the doubt for the time being.
The actual ball itself flies rather straight and breaks on its target more times than not, and the fill is easily seen. THe only major issue seems to be the inconsistancies of the bore sizes of the balls. It either doesn't keep well when opened, or they are just manufactured poorly. I had to use a .693 bore size after initially sizing the balls at .689 just to make sure they fit through my barrel. I didn't have any barrel breaks while shooting it so that wasn't a problem at least.
I would recommend this paint to be used as a cheap alternative for teams for a practice standpoint, but would not recommend this for a field to use as their own paint.