This gun looks awesome..guaranteed to turn some heads at the field. The shoulder stock is a great addition, and it's very accurate right out of the box. 6-stage ex-chamber kept my shots really consistant. I owned up on some guy with a shocker in a 1v1(keep in mind, all stock!!)..the rate of fire is good with the double finger trigger.
It is a bit heavy (keep in mind i had to use my 20oz. on the marker due to the lack of a remote), but that's offset by the shoulder stock. The plug on the powerfeed fell off once, but all that takes to fix is a bit of tape or something. The Commando 2 will chop balls. I broke about one of every 50 i shot or so. When it does, turn it upside down to clear the chamber, fire a few shots, cover the porting and the muzzle and it'll fire pretty good for not using a squeegie. Feed it the right paint, and it'll do pretty well.
The marker is one of the better I've seen out of the box. The barrel is good for stock, but not as good as aftermarket. This gun is well worth the money, just be prepared to buy good paint. Heavy, but a remote will fix that. If you want a good gun, but not quite ready to spend $400 on an autococker yet, this is the gun for you.