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I've used most high end guns, and they're pretty much all the same except for a few minor differences.
Pure Energy 45/45
CP Direct Flow Plug
CP Direct Flow Plug, it gets rid of any chances of you having a leak (or at least most chances) from the front on/off under the barrel. Besides, you already have an on/off on your ASA, you don't need a second one under the barrel as well.
UL frame comes stock, enclosed firing system.
Amount of o-rings, prone to leaks if not taken care of properly.
I traded my Alias for a DM6 knowing the gun had a leak. It ended up needing to have the solenoid replaced, but I had some friends that play for a Dye-sponsored team take the gun to the next event so it could be teched. It ended up being a cheap fix, and once I got the 'noid replaced, the gun shot awesome. I've rarely had any problems with it since I got it fixed, unless I didn't use enough lube or clean it every couple cases. It is rather finicky about getting enough lube on the bolt; otherwise it will leak or the bolt will stick occasionally.
The only problem I had with the stock UL barrel is the fact that it's a .688 bore, which doesn't help in the Florida humidity. However, the barrel can shoot itself reasonably clean within 10-15 shots, so it's not a real big issue for me. Either get a back in a bigger bore size, keep your paint cool, or carry a squeegee.
All in all, I love my DM6 and I will keep shooting it through next year most likely.
If you take care of it, it will definitely take care of you, and look great in the process. I'll give it a 9/10 since I can't give an 8.5 or something similar. I definitely suggest the Dye line of guns, just make sure you keep up with the maintenance.