Gen 6 Bushy #9137, CP 2 piece, Macdev Con'q 88 4500 w/ Shocktech d/f and Lok Soks, Sonic frame, Vapor bolt, AGD Warp Feed w/ 12 revy.
I don't know where to start. They're just down-right awesome.
-No more leaning tower of hopper
-Moves the hopper where it'll only be hit if you were to get hit there anyway
-Feeds HELLA fast
-Truely doesn't chop, even w/ the horrible paint I was using
-The sensitivity on mine is AWESOME! I have a Bushy, and w/o the marker being gassed up, just tapping the trigger will make it spin.
-Has room to store an extra 9v in case yours dies.
-No on/off switch. I added one and it took 5 minutes, so no biggie.
-Horribly ineffeciant. Think of it as the shocker of electronics. Changing the battery in the middle of a game is no fun, but I'm working on a system where if a battery goes dead I can flip a switch and the dead battery will be disconnected and a fresh one will take its place.
-Not a lot of hose included. There is enough, but read on to find out why I think this.
-Mine didn't come w/ the 90* elbow needed for vert. feed markers. I got a notice saying AGD would send me one in 2-3 months, becuas etheir suppelier stopped making them. Pro Teams makes one, but its $40. This will not be the case w/ some AGD Warps and all the PTP Warps include the 90* elbow.
-I can't say I like the huge O-ring drive belt. Looks like it'll snap fairly easy, so stock up on a few extras.
If you have the spare cash just chillin, go ahead and BUY ONE. People say "OH, there $150 he// with it", but I think heyre well worth it. Despite all I wrote in the "bad" section, I still have no regrets buying one. I don't think I could ever play w/ a hopper above my gun again. Some say they unbalance the gun and add a ton of weight (they're he//a light), but you get used to it after a game or two, and if you have a KAPP Drop Zone, you can offset your tank so the balance is restored.