It's compact size is a definate plus, it's durable and not too expensive.
The plug that feeds air into it, has a faulty inner spring, have had to replace this particular item twice. The top reg. part with the threads is made of brass which is a soft metal, would have preffered aluminum or steel, like the rest of the dam tank. Also it's a bit on the heavy side, after a while of playing this plus my marker combined, feels like I'm carrying a twenty pound dumbell. The color is a problem for some, being that it only comes in green, but if you remove the stickers and spray paint it any color you want, it shouldnt be a problem anymore.
In conclusion I feel this is a great tank for the money, I have no shootdown or any sort of problem with this tank aside from the weight in the longrun. For the cost efficiant player, looking for a reliable air source this is the tank to get, mind you, it's not going to be as efficient as an Angel A.I.R tank or any of those, but for most needs it's more than adequate.
I thought the threads are made from steel. my local dealer is on team cartel and i know most of the naughty dogs they all shoot crossfire and they say it is made out of steel. Also y would u want aluminum? It will strip the threads easily (the dye tanks are made from aluminum and they all strip)
How if ur gun feels like 20lbs, you might want to bench it a few times...or duck tape it to your arm for a day..."The color is a problem for some, being that it only comes in green, but if you remove the stickers and spray paint it any color you want, it shouldnt be a problem anymore" <--- Are you speaking of the CROSSFIRE tank, i thought those came in either red or blue?