Quiet, eyes, battery, electric, fast, price, good for beginners, looks, durable
range, accuracy is O.K, but not great, trigger(opinion)
The spyder pilot is a pretty good gun for beginners, its not the type of gun you would bring to a tournament. I think anyone under a year of expierence would be perfect with this gun. If you are like a pro, this gun is no good for you. Personally, i think that the trigger is the worst feature of the gun. its just a peice of scrap metal put onto a gun. My friend bought this gun a little while back, and he just hated, so he decided to sell it to me for a very low price, so i took it, and i have only used it once in a match, and all i could say was WOW, this gun isnt not that good, but its excptional for begginers. And I have never used it in another match since. I only use it for target practice, ever since I got the g3
I think you're an idiot for your review of the trigger. I think that the shape, though simple, provides a solid surface to grip and is long enough for any range of finger sizes for easy ramping. ALSO, comparing it to my friends stock invert mini: His gun would fire when smacking the rear of it because of how light the trigger was. had to spend 30 bucks for an aftermarket trigger. the pilot provides a very solid, yet not too heavy pull, that balls only fire when you mean it to.
Saying that the gun is "wow, just not that good" is a rather stupid statement. and once again you compare it to a G3 (400 dollar gun) so your comparison is apples to oranges.
in all, a curved piece of metal for a trigger and a bigger price tag would have made you a better reviewer...idiot