Not many Upgrades
My friend just bought one of these and we decided to see what this little baby can do. first thing i noticed (as many people would) is that is VERY small, VERY light, and VERY tight. in my opinion, its the perfect front man gun...which is what my friend is trying to play. even though its super light and tight and all, the design of gun is a little weird, but something you can get use to after a while. the trigger is nice and very easy to walk (it also has 3 adjustment points). it can fire up to 20 bps max on Semi and comes with 3 other firing modes which include PSP Ramping, NXL Full Auto, and Millenium Ramping...all firing modes, except Semi, are capped at 15 bps. it kinda stinks that the guys at Invert didnt put an On/Off, cuz once the gun is pressurized, its a bit hard to get the tank off. shooting the Mini was pretty awesome, seeing that something so small can actually function. be sure to have a good loader or you will experience skips. of all the paint we fired out of a Evo II (Y-Board), it skipped quite a bit, but there were no chops. the stock barrel is actually rather accurate for stock, though a new barrel or barrel kit might be a good upgrade sometime down the road. really, other than the barrel, theres not much to upgrade.
A great gun if you want the lightest and tightest setup out there. there are some things that they could add on, but i can see them improving on the 2nd gen Mini (if there is gonna be a 2nd gen)