98 R/F Autococker, STO 3-way, ram, and rod, Jackhammer 2 front reg, DYE 45 and stickies, 32 degrees whisper barrel
Big Ball works nice, but I do not recommend any of the smaller bore paints because the bore is big enough to stick your arm through.
This barrel is ungodly quiet. I bought it at Black Market paintball and took it outside to dry fire it while I was waiting for the woman to finish helping the other customers, and when I came back inside no one had even heard me shooting. Also, one day I was bored and got the bright idea to dry fire it in my living room with my mom asleep on the couch, and it didn't even wake her up. So when they say this barrel is quiet, they aren't lying. It also gets surprisingly good range when you consider all the porting. Honestly, I didn't notice a decrease in distance. The accuracy is good with bigger paint, and overall I was very pleased with this product.
The bore is massive. When I'm not playing i cover the top porting with a canvas and use it for an extra 2 car garage. Paintballs are supposed to be .68 caliber, but I think it would be easier to measure this barrel in meters. So far, Big Ball was the only paint big enough not to run down the barrel. I usually shoot midnight, but with this barrel, if I'm not shooting constantly, when I go to shoot I find there isn't a ball in the barrel, because it felt the need to be cool and fall out the end. Also, the balls liked to roll down about half-way right before the porting and come out at about 20 fps. But if you use big paint, you'll love this barrel.
If you like bigger bore paint, get this barrel. This product is a very well made barrel, it looks cool, and is so quiet its not even funny. But DO NOT use small paint with this barrel, because you will end up finding half of it on the ground after the match. I'm giving it an 9 due to the only problem being the massive bore size.