Lots of Spyders, Modified Dragun ONE, Spimmy Dragun TES, System X Xonik Cocker
Completely stock, with a Team Avalanche Vaporworks board waiting to be tested.
None, but maybe a barrel kit to match the paint at your field.
Everything, expecially the price.
I've gone through a lot of markers and the NME LE is going to be my final marker. Most of the markers I've owned I always felt the need to upgrade them, but this is not true with my NME. The NME comes stock with everything you need. There isn't anything that you should feel that needs to be upgraded.
The performace of this gun is top notch and the looks match that. It shoots fast, accurately and has very little kick. My gun had the LPR set at 90psi from the factory, I dropped it down to 70psi and there is just a tiny bit of kick.
The barrel on this gun is pretty good for a stock barrel, nice and smooth and is a .689 bore. The feedneck is a twist clamp, which does a good job of holding your loader. The grips and frame are very comfortable, the clamshell design is much better than .45 style frames. or even the 90 degree frame. The gun is powered by a WAS board which has all the modes you need such as NPPL, PSP and NXL with adjustable ROF cap on all modes. The LED programming isnt too bad, you can pick up on it very quickly. You can always use the equalink to program the board as well.
Most people dont like System X even though they never used their products.I've used boht their cockers and their NME, both guns (i mean6, 3 cockers and 3 nmes) were amazing and worked perfect. Buy this gun NOW, there's a reason why it's got a near perfect score. But I would not recommed this marker to anyone who doesn't have much experience working on guns or with an intimdator style gun and people in socal.