Spyder Imagine w/J&J S2 14", Evo II z-board, T-Board with eyes and 18-gram switch.
I like my X-cel barrel, my J&J works well with these, not as well as the X-cel but the J&J works better in other ways. My Impy's Progressive likes these and my Phantom's stock barrel even likes them.
CHEAP! They're CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP and worth every penny and then some!
So I picked these up to just try them out, the product description sounded too good to be true but they really are good paintballs with mostly just a slightly different color, usually not as vibrant as their top shelf compatriots. They were reasonably consistent, much more so than anything you'd regularly find for $45, and these are $30! I guess the weaknesses would be that A) The colors are all over the place, you'll be shooting every color if you don't pre-sort and that B) some of the balls are the high-end balls and if you have a real cheap marker with co2 and no expansion chamber I'd expect a few breaks from the bolt and c02 striking the brittle ball that's too good for your marker.
Edit: After using several more boxes (more than 2 since the review boxes) I stand by this review. This is a 10 for the price. For "white-box" paint, you can't beat it. I shoot Ultra Evil most of the time but I still don't frown on these rainbow boxes.
Word, buy these for target shooting and practice at least. I'd still take a box of this to the field in case I run out of my Evil/X-Ball Gold. I think it's always a good idea to have extra paint and the cost-benefit ratio on this paint is incredible!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, November 17th, 2006 at 1:40 pm PST