Price: $100 ANSgear.com
Programmablity: 4 features
Speed: 35 bps
Small rip drive
Alright after using the prophecy for about 3 months I think I can give it a fair review. I took Tech pb Mike's advice about deciding between the rotor and the prophecy and the pinokio. So I am in the process of buying a prophecy, testing it out, selling it, buying a rotor testing it out, selling it, and then buying the one that I like the best. Anyway, I am really impressed with the prophecy. It is cheaper then the rotor by $60. It also packs a ton programmable features: ball stack pressure, speed, sound sensivity, and magnetic strength. It feeds at 35 bps and is slightly lighter than the rotor. It operates on 4, AA batteries and must have very good efficency because I still have not had to change them even after 3 months. The only thing that I can think of that is bad about it is the size of the rip drive wheel. It is smaller than a Halo's and is rather hard to turn. (I haven't had to use it in combat yet though) I think the prophecy is definetly the best hopper for the money!!!
In my opinion it is the best hopper for the money!!