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Mr.K Saturday, December 6th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
1 year15 of 15 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Planet Eclipse ETEK 1
Proto '07 Matrix Rail Special Edition
Proto '08 SLG
WGP '05 SuperStock Select Fire
WGP '03 w/ AKA Lightning bolt and ANS pneus
WGP '98 Autococker w/ CCM premium pump and auto trigger kit
Psycho Ballistics Lightning w/ WGP pump kit (sold)
Ariakon ACP 2.0
Tippmann ProLite
Kingman Spyder Elite (my first marker)
Tippmann A-5 w/ Response Trigger (sold)
Tippmann 98 Custom w/ Response Trigger (sold)
ACI Maverick pump (sold)
BT Custom-built Assault w/ E-Trigger (sold)
Marker Setup: Proto '07 Matrix Rail Special Edition
Tadao Technologies Musashi 7 board
New Designz '07 Ultra Lite On/Off
Dye UL 2-piece barrel
View Loader VLocity Jr. w/ Gangstar v2 chip
DXS 48/45
On/Off ASA
Barrel kit (or additional backs) if you tend to shoot more than one size of paint
Strengths: Shoots ropes out of the box
Very capable of keeping up with high-end markers
Weaknesses: None.
Review: I haven't experienced any of the negative issues or problems that the other reviews have mentioned...

No on going problems with air leaks. IMHO, that is more of an issue with frequency (or lack) of marker maintenance. I am meticulous about cleaning my marker after each day of play, so I have not had any issues.

The PMR SE shoots ropes out of the box. As far as performance is concerned, there is really no need for additional upgrades.

The stock board is fine -- speed is not a concern, it is more of an operator issue. That being said, I have a Tadao Technologies Musashi 7 installed in mine (I also have the same board installed in two additional markers that I own,) but even with the stock board, I was able to keep up, against players using higher-end markers.

If you feel like you are outgrowing the PMR SE or want additional programming features, you can always upgrade to a Dye Ultralite Frame or a new board. The Dye Ultralite Frame and included Sticky3 grips is great, but it is not any lighter than the stock composite frame. If you are concerned about weight, consider a new board like Tadao Technologies or Virtue instead.
Conclusion: The PMR is a great entry to mid level tourney marker. It is perfect for the player who wants performance but not a price tag of $500+. It is definitely worth spending the additional money for the PMR SE over the standard model. The factory upgrades alone are worth over $100.
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, December 13th, 2008 at 2:02 am PST

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