Flatline, 12" Bigshot with Apex, 14" Bigshot
I'm just going to reiterate what everyone else here is already saying, but I think it's worth it to say that people are buying this paint and nobody is disappointed.
I have not been playing long, and the few times I went years before I can't say I was paying a lot of attention to the paint. With a rental gun you just assume it shoots poorly and you're going to get a lot of breaks.
This year I got my own marker and the first thing I did was look around for the paint that might make a difference. After reading reviews here I was sold on trying Beast, and I'm very happy with that decision.
I picked up some monster paintballs initially as well at a local sporting good store. I thought I would use them for practice. The difference is incredible. I don't even practice with the monster paint anymore, it doesn't fire the same.
I get incredible accuracy with this paint. In my short term playing I've never had a break with them. I've made a lot of rookie mistakes with this paint and it's still good. For instance, I left the box in a cold garage over the winter last year. Still Good. I left it in a sweltering car with the monster paint last month. The monster paint exploded in the container. The beast paintballs were still good as new. No worries.
The quality of this paint is evident when you get the box in the mail. They've taken the extra care to put silica into each bag. I didn't find a single ball crushed or even dimpled. I picked up some cheap evil blaze paintballs the other week. They were greasy out of the bag. Not the case with beast.
Order 2 boxes and you get free shipping. I usually go in with a friend for a couple. This is amazing paint at a great price. You will not be disappointed.