I used to own a P&P SuperCocker. That was heavier and the trigger was MUCH longer & stiffer. Not to mention the finish was weak compared to the UR2.
I have the FIRST production Ultimate Revenge 2 (Blue/Silver Acid Wash with Black Sponge). Looks very similar to the picture above, except with a short Sidewinder Inline Regulator, Titanium BoomStick and a MacDev Pneumatic Regulator. I run a 68/4500 Armageddon nitro tank off a matching KAPP Micro D/F and Armageddon sleeve.
Nothing. Absolutely NOTHING.
Well.....a high-quality adjustable nitro tank is needed.
What ISN'T good?!
The trigger is short and crisp (hard to accidentally shoot, but easy to lay paint)
Consistency is the best of any of my markers (+/- 2 fps)
Accuracy is Phenomenal (w/ good paint match)
Idiotically easy to maintain (as long as you follow the instructions and DON'T tinker!)
Anodizing is BEAUTIFUL
Balanced right on trigger (w/ tank/barrel/full hopper)
Not too heavy, not too light (IMHO)
"Inline Design" makes hitting the 3-way rod impossible
Kind of expensive. I paid $1400 with the Titanium BoomStick, 2 drop forwards (both matched), and 2 other items sent to get matched.
This marker is (obviously) my favorite. I use it for rec play, tournaments and scenarios! I think it is an EXCELLENT balance between form and function. It looks just as good as it shoots. Is it worth $1400? I think so! Would I buy another one? Certainly! Is it the end-all, be-all of paintball markers? Most definitely.....at least in my eyes! :D