PMI SRT E-Force (Terrible-Very inconsistent-I think it was milled/bored wrong)
PMI R6 (moved the E-frame to this one...Shoots pretty good-Solid backup marker)
Proto On/Off ASA
Pulse Hopper w/RF chip
Dye UL .692 barrel
Redz Pepperstiks kit (.687 .689 .693) barrels
Proto .690 barrel
68/4500 w/Myth reg
Lots of O-rings, poor efficiency
This is a solid, fast maker.
It shoots consistent @ the chrono.
The manual is well written and has most of the answers you might need.
I have yet to have a problem with this marker on the field.
So far I only have had to replace one O-ring (the one perp to the bolt between solenoid and the bolt.)
I would recommend stripping and lubing it after every day of play.
I would recommend this SE over a stock PMR.
-Even if you plan on replacing the SE backcap with a 'fingers only' backcap
-Even if you would replace the SE trigger or spring for the UL frame & trigger
-Even if plan on buying an on/off ASA or a clamping feedneck
Basically if you plan on replacing all of the SE items......The SE is still the better choice over the regular PMR, because of the 2 piece barrel. With the SE you get a Proto .690 (which shoots great) back and a 14 inch front that works with Dye Ultralight Backs. Pick up 1or 2 more UL backs and you do not need anything else.
The best gun at this price. There might be better markers for more $$ but there is nothing cheaper that is close.