I have no other markers at the time, but I hope to get either an overlord, or an autococker trilogy competition just for speedball.
Sim-4, Red Dot Scope, Ariakon Suppressor, Ariakon Bottomline, Sling, Double Trigger, 16 and 20 oz. CO2, Remote, and nothin else. . .for right now.
Red Dot Scope, Sling, definately if you're gonna be using a backup like a pistol or somethin, and maybe an electric hopper if you get an electric trigger (I dont think its possible to shoot fast enough to chop w/ just the stock trigger)
Accuracy, Looks, Upgrades, and ease to dissasemble and reassemble.
Nothing really that I can think of.
This gun is absolutely great!!! Not only do you get a great performing gun when you buy this, but you also get the huge intimidation factor too. Like I said in the strengths, it is really easy to take it apart and put back together, maybe the first time you will need the manual, but after that there is no problem. The variety of upgrades is amazing, they have all the manufacturer accessories, plus all the real gun accessories (which are alot cheaper). The only thing that annoyed me at first is the barrel coming loose when I held onto the handguard too tightly, like I would be twisting it and not even know, but this is not a problem at all on the new guns as they come with a barrel pin, and it does not bother me one bit anymore, as I just tighten the barrel up alittle more. I would definately get a red dot scope, this helps soooo much when aiming.
This gun is great, anyone who says this thing is a spyder with many visualizations on it, has obviously not seen one of these babies shoot. Definately worth the $400.