Very Good Sound Recognition
Double Layered Feed Neck
I got the Magna as a early Christmas Present. I thought I was going have to take it back because it looked like an Egg. When I put it on my mini it sat well in the feedneck and when i put my setup together it was actually pretty well balanced. The Feedneck looks like it will snap but its actually really solid. I slid into a snake and bashed my gun pretty good and the hopper didn't look like it moved or got hurt at all. The settings are kind of hard to change and you might want to put a speed feed on it. Its worth buying just because of the clutch system. I haven't had any breaks jams or other problems. The front of the loader actually acts like a reserve amount of pant and stores about 20 paintballs so you pretty much always have enough to hold you over until you reload.
This Hopper is a lot better than the people on pbnation give it credit. If you want a top end hopper thats light and has a great drive cone system this is the way to go.
There are no speed feeds (to my knowledge) that will work for the Magna.... yet. I'm sure they will be around eventually, but because the Magna doesn't have a lip (like the Halo or Reloder used for the lid) you can't snap a speed feed on it.