Alias (IMO, the closest in comparison)
05-06 Angel Speeds
ICD FSv7, Halo, 68/3000 Crossfire tank.
LPR and HPR if you want crazy-good consistancy, otherwise its absolutely fine.
Easy to Use
Stock trigger has some slop.
Air consumption is rather harsh.
Aquired this marker after a short chain of trades I went through to get one of these.
The first time you pick up a FSv7 will probably be the first of many times. I remember being very impressed the first time I shot it, because comming from a company (ICD) I hadn't heard too much about, I wasn't expecting a High-End feel from a marker that only costs $650 (at the time) brand new.
The marker itself is very attractive, and will defintely get you asked a few times as to what marker it is.
If someone tries to warn you that these markers are unreliable or will break easily, please do your best to ignore them. Because of the way this marker was built, pretty much the only things that can go wrong with it are either broken O-Rings, or bad LPR/HPR settings. If someone is having trouble firing their marker, its probably simply because they have adjusted their pressures wrong, and need to redo it. Once the LPR and HPR are set up right, the gun is a dream.
If your looking for another gun, this should be the first one you look at. With a great price at either a new or used buy, you really can't go wrong. This marker is definately one of the top markers you can buy.