Evil- Better, fragile, round...
Monsterballs - Worse but no barrel breaks, giant seams, tons of bounces
Heat- Better, not fragile
Zapp(forget which but it was green and came in 1800's)- Better, not fragile, decent seams, bounces
.695 or .693
Cheap Price, Fragile, Small Seams, flys straight
Barrel Breaks, breaks on bolt, hopper breaks
At first glance it really looks comparable to a mid-highend paintball. It's round, small seams and fragile.
I would honestly say it's more fragile than Evil paint. It breaks on pavement if you drop it from less than knee height. A lot of people will have trouble shooting it.... but if you have a marker that can use fragile paint. It's not bad.
I definitely recommend really carefully inspecting the paint because there were out of round balls in every bag, not many but some.
If your marker can handle fragile paint. It's really not bad, there were broken balls in almost every bag, so that was a pain. Orderpaintballs.com doesn't pad their boxes much at all. They do offer to replace them however when I purchased these that offer wasn't in effect or at least not on my order because I got it off ebay.
In my A1 with the vlocity i can shoot it in semi, it fly's straight and always breaks on target.
I will probably buy it again realizing that I can only shoot it with my A1 and Vlocity but not with the viking or a pulse(unless I turn the speed down on the pulse)
I give this a 7 because it's cheap and with the right marker it's not bad.