Chrome AGD Flatline, Smart Parts Max-Flow regulator, My really old black 68 4500psi Angel air tank.
2k silver Angel LCD C&C, shocktech valve, Freak barrel (SS back, .698 insert, Silver teardrop front, total of 14in.), 15 degree air adapter, KAPP fury volumizer, Clear Dye grips, IR3 gated feed tube, Lady trigger, Kream Lady dropforward, Silver 45ci 4500psi Angel AIR tank with clear Lok Soks, the new nickle metal hydride battery, inverted LCD board, Dark Angel Accesories include: Pewter dark series backplate, Ball detent, breach pin, dark sight rail, and the 2 finger gripper, Dye venturi Bolt, Anti-chop Gabriel Eye, and a clear Halo-B.
I also own an E-mag, an Excalibur, an Evolution-X Cocker, F/X micro-cocker, an Eclipse Impulse and Black angel LED (with the gabriel Eye).
This is a really sexy tank! My 45ci 4500psi tank is really light! and the colors match my gun perfectly. I have always hated doing math problems to find out what my gas efficiency was back before I used Angel Air, but now, with the help of the shot counter I can just push the button like twice and find the number of shots left. The Angel Air regulator will still function even if your battery runs out on the feild.
Yes the fact that there is no LCD back light really pissed me off big time at Wayne Dollack's 24 hour games! At night when I went to look at the shot counter I couldn't read the screen! So, I went back to my tent and borrowed the light bulb from my key-chain light and soldered 2 copper wires to it, and then hooked it up to a watch battery, and stuffed it into the little space in the back of the regulator! works like a charm!
If your used to spendind alot of money on paintball sh1t than go ahead and buy this product. It looks great on any gun!
If your mad about the Backlight thing, than try what I did with the key-chain light bulb!
All in all its just about the best reg ever built I'll give it 9.9, or just round that off to a 10!