Stryker Cybrid with VL Force hopper, some random-ass VL barrel, crappy prefilled 88 gram CO2 tank.
Just don't get barrels with holes in them for any gun ever. They just make whatever kind of air power less efficient because the holes allow air out of the barrel before the ball leaves the barrel, therefore making your shot less powerful.
Very bright shell and fill, good accuracy, breaks well, cheap.
Size varies greatly.
I've only used the new, improved version of these balls. They did very well other than when an oversized one clogged my hopper (which very rarely happened and only did during a drop test with my VL Force). I didn't have that happen with Monsters, but I used a lot less of them. The fill isn't that watery unlike what's said in previous reviews. But, again, this is the improved version I'm talking about. They are very oily, but this actually makes them more accurate. The lubrication makes air/wind resistance against the ball less significant. The less the wind is pushing the ball, the more accurate it is. I did notice during a drop test that some of the balls are a lot bigger than others, which isn't a big deal unless your hopper gets clogged. As for being chopped, that doesn't happen very much, but some brands probably chop less.
Everything is at least decent except for the size variation. Good for the comparably low price.
What the heck are you talking about? Pores make the barrel shoot quieter and it will have just as much power. If it does take any power away it would be so small that it would be just stupid to still not get any barrels with pores (pores are the little holes on the barrels).