Dye, ok not as bad as the benchie.
68/3000 Flatline hanging on a KAPP DZ2
Freak Barrel System
AGD qulaity a usual. Nice tight tolerances with outstanding fit and finish. Comes with Dye Stickies. Pure "drop in" upgrade. Doesn't eat sears like some electric frames can and do. Blade trigger is very ergonomic.
Here's the biggie, INTELLIFEED. For about 5 bucks worth of radio shack parts and some easy wiring, you can make your revvie, and or Warp agitate or feed with every trigger pull. This is why the trigger frame was built.
Also on the plus side, AGD's superior customer service. Have a problem or question about any of AGD's stuff? Go to http://www.automags.org and ask it. Chances are Tom Kaye himself or one of his trusted minions will answer it there personally.
A bit too much side to side play in the blade for my taste. So i machined up some virgin teflon spacers to take up any slack. This helped two ways, it took all the side to side out of the trigger, and being teflon, made the pull even smoother.
An absolute bargain for the quality delivered. If you want the FINEST trigger frame out there for your mag, get it. Stay the hell away from benchmark's trigger frames. They don't even compare to this.
No. The Intelliframe wires don't stick out very much, and you can make them almost unnoticeable. As far as not hooking the intelliframe up to the hopper, that works just fine, and you'll just have the effect of a double hopper. Personally, I like the Q-Loader, as it is mechanical (can't cut out like most of the other electric hoppers in weather), and it has one of the fastest feed rates ever. Regarding the double trigger or blade, they are nice, but AGD and a third party are coming out shortly with a hair trigger that will have a trigger pull akin to that of an electro. It should prove that any mech can be made as good as the best electros for speedball.