Scorch - Better
Monster Ball - About the Same but cheaper
Zap - Better
Dusk - Much better
Stingers - Much Better
Combat 68 - Very Much Better but expensive
None that I found.
The paintballs were very oily, dimpled and some had tumor-like bumps on them.
I bought the "Jungle Camo" version of these paintballs thinking that because they were slightly more expensive they may be a slight step up from the regular cheap paint that I buy. I was wrong and wasted the couple of extra bucks that I payed for these. When I first opened the box the paint looked o.k. but I noticed that there was a lot of oil on the paintballs. I opened the bag and saw that some of the balls were dimpled but figured that was to be expected. As I looked more closely I also noticed some of the balls had tumor-like lumps. This was the first time I had ever seen such mis-shaped paintballs. When I took the paintballs out to test them, I noticed that most of them curved one direction or another and when a tumor-ball was fired it corkscrewed wildly. (I would need a lot of luck to hit anything with these balls.) About a week later I went back out to tune my gun and found that almost all of the paintballs had several dimples. The paint was stored inside and sealed in the plastic bag. I couldn't believe the amount of new dimpling that had occurred in such a short time. The paintballs were also becoming soft and squishy and they performed even worse than my first outing. I did not have any barrel breaks but I suspect that if I had been using a barrel longer than my 5.5 inch JCS then barrel breaks would have been a problem.
I will not buy this paint again. There are a lot of paintballs that perform better than these and cost less.