-Unique electronic regulator (well, not really. . . i'll explain)
-Semi-light to medium weight (not the lightest but definetly not the heaviest)
-cool looking Loc-Soc
-WDP name (dont you just love the brits?)
Well, all in all, this tank operates as well (if not a little worse) than other high-end tanks in the market these days (MacDev, MaxFlow, etc.).
***DO NOT BE FOOLED***
The misleading factor in people's decision to purchase this tank is their assumption that it is an electronic regulator. It is not, the electronics inside the regulator guage pressure and counts shots left / fired etc., you also get a game-timer.
What dissappointed me about this tank is the fact that adjusting the output pressure was still mechanical. The extra $100-$150 you pay for this tank is purley for the extra bells and whistles.
This is a good tank, dont get me wrong, but price is a major factor in the rating that i will give this tank. If it was adjustable electronicaly, this would have been a major inovation to the paintball world, but the fact of the matter is that it's regulator is on par with other high-end regs out there.
And something also crossed my mind. If you had A.I.R. an Angel LCD and a Ricochete hopper, you would have 3 game timers and 3 shot counters, which led me to the conclusion that a high-end tank w/ the bells and whistles that come w/ a high-end gun is just unnecessary and rediculous. You could buy a MaxFlow or MacDev for less and spend the extra money on other accesories.
All in all, good tank, but the price is nowhere close to the worth.