Extremely Brittle shell, Bad fill, Very Inaccurate, Prone to ship with major defects.
It was one of the first games of last year for me. I had gotten a late start (cause of work). It was about late summer and i needed a 2000ct box of paint. So of course I went to a big box store (Stupid Decision), and low and behold i found what seemed to be good paint, mostly deduced by the brand, PMI. Well we get to the field 45 minutes later, we open the box and the first site to greet us is a ball break in the bag. We sorted out the paint-balls and in the process also noted a multitude of ball defects (bumps/Pits) and new this was gonna be hell...but still we proceeded to shoot the things and this is what we found. The accuracy of this batch of paint was miserable, we had balls curving at 5 ft (no kidding). But that's if we where lucky, most of the paint just broke as it left the barrel. we all tried stock and after market barrels to see if anything had an advantage....I'm sad to say that nothing did. After half a game and being broke- paid $40 for the box- we disbanded the game an returned home.
Look, even if your a cheap like me, dont go buying this for even a back yard game unless you really dont intend on hitting anyone, or much less for that matter enjoy cleaning your barrel frequently. I'm sure some would argue it was just that batch of paint, but I have seen my fair share of this paint on fields before and it just inspires pure hatred among me and my group of friends to see the shoddy performance and build. PMI could have done so much better but chose to make this crap.