Price:Eight barrels for around $220. What else needs to be said?. Most tourney players have at least three barrels that total in cost over $220. Once you buy it you will never have to worry about buying anouther barrel, even if you switch guns. Just buy a new back portion and your set.
Accuracy: With good paint and the right insert it shoot a very thight shot group. I couldn't believe the improvement over my stock barrel.
Looks: I think mine looks Sexy Baby. The engraving on the inserts shows through the window on the back part wich is cool, and there is also a little smart parts cross thing beside that. The engraving is very light on the inserts, so much so that I thought it was painted on. Since its engraved you don't have to worry about it coming off later after a lot of use.
Noise: Very quite. It reduced the noise of my angel to a whisper.
Weight: Its very light compared to a boomstick.
Ball breakage: Iv'e only had ball breaks with some very krappy paint in cold weather. Even with poor paint you just go to a larger size insert and this usually stops the breaks.
Some will say the price is too high and that's true if you own a $100 paintgun or only play rec once every four months. My inserts are a little difficult to get out and almost ipossible if a ball breaks "wich is rare", but other owners ive asked don't seem to have this problem with theirs.
I use my 12" freak on an angel lcd and have had no problem with mine except for the inserts being difficult to get out. Any paint will work with it and thats the best part of owning it. I never have to worry about paint to barrel match. Just $220 and no more barrel problems. I would put my freak up againsed any other barrel out there. I give it a very high recommendation. Before you go spending $90 to $120 on a single high end barrel save a little more and get the freak. you will not be disapointed.