Even with the bad paint/barrel match I had to put up with while I wait for my freak back, it shot really well. I didn't do a shot-tank count since refills aren't really an issue. The smotth-as-butter trigger makes it really easy to shoot both left and right handed, the travel may be long to a long time cocker owner, but since it's so smooth I don't notice. The milling is awesomely understated, very agressive lines, but not overdone. Many friends were surprised how light the gun was, Eclipse really shaves off a lot. I wouldn't trade it for anything.
I was very lucky that the new clear Revolution fit well into the vertical feed, my Black Revvy didn't and I wasn't looking forward to the duct-tape manouvre. I don't think the stock barrel is suppsoed to be used, and I don't feel I paid for it, btu now I have a cobalt blue annoed piece of pipe to lay around the house, which I don't need. It took me a bit to figure out how to adjjust the velocity, and it really threw the local cocker guys for a loop, it's an old-style adjuster apparently.
You definetly need a new barrel, if it didn't come with it yuo can order a splashed boomstick from eclipse after the fact. No post-purchase regret, it was definetly worth the price, all the posative reviews out there are dead-on-accurate for this gun. I do not plan to mess with a single thing on it, I don't want it any other way than it came. I'd definetly reccomend this gun to anyone who wants a high-perforance cocker. This cocker is often overlooked when people talk about custom cockers, but that is their loss.