Azodin blitz (stock everything)
Viewloader Eye-Force electronic hopper
3000 psi 48 cu hpa tank
Easy to use board
The Good: Out of the box the gun works great (the manual is very easy to follow and gives you very specific directions on how to use the gun and more importantly the zen board. The zen board is very easy to use and if you are going to play in a tournament you can ship the gun in to Azodin and they can program specs for the tournament in free of charge except for shipping. The trigger feels very nice and has a super easy trigger pull. The bolt is like most spyder bolts and comes lubed out of the box and very easy to take apart and clean. The eyes have worked perfectly and I still have not broken a single ball. I have also not had any problems shooting two balls at a time like I did with my spyder xtra because of the dual ball detents (one on both sides of the chamber).
The Bad: I only have two complaints about this gun. The first being that the feedneck sucks. I have to put rubberbands around the base of my hopper to keep it on. This problem, however, is easily fixed because it takes ion threaded feed necks and there are over a dozen to choose from and that will only cost you about 30 bucks. You can manage with this feedneck for a short period of time but I strongly reccomend that you get a clamping feedneck. The other bad thing about this gun is that the battery makes the grip stick out a little bit but barely enough to even notice so this isnt really a problem at all because the grip still feels pretty good.
When I bought this gun I was debating between the smart parts vibe and the azodin blitz. My friend has the vibe and loves it but I thought that I would roll the dice and go with the blitz and I am perfectly happy with my choice so far. Like the guy on tech pb said "if you're going for quiet go with the vibe and if you're going for fast go with the blitz" The blitz is definately a solid gun that works great and I would suggest it to anyone looking for a low priced high-end gun.