Pros - Runs off 9v batteries so you only have to have 1 pack of batteries in your bag.
Stock chip - not adjustable, horrible battery life, not adjustable so you pretty much have to get a new chip and spend another 45-50 dollars on another chip.
Impeller asm - wobbles and the clock spring for the XSV ones brake like no other. Horrible system. Works ok but the system the halo/reloaders use is MUCH better
Screw - still using the crappy screw system as always it tares the shells up they need to switch to something new.
Board - you need to either brake or change the height of the 12v resistor otherwise it'll brake
Eyes - easy to bend out of place and pretty much needs to take the front eye covers off.
If you want one cool, but you'll want an aftermarket chip. I'd MUCH rather have a Halo or better yet a Reloader B on my marker.
6-10 since it's still a faster loader that is force feed.
Your wrong, an XSV is a XSV, they do have a problem which has now (on new ones) been fixed, this review is for a Velocity Jr. not an XSV. As far as price goes you can get the JR with a Virtue chip for $110, and I have never seen any Velocity chip for over $35.00, get your facts strait your review is wrong on almost everything.
there is not nearly as much wrong with this loader as you say there is, there is a lot less weaknesses nd a lot more strnghts, dont write a review that isnt correct, and also this is a review for the vlocity jr. not the fuc kin XSV, if you want to comment on that there is a page on that loader as well