I've used every type of paint in the severe line, as well as countless other brands.
Custom Built, Limited Edition Dust Blue WGP Orr-accle W/ Chrome E-Blade, Chrome WGP Black Magic Reg, Chrome Grip Feed Neck, Chrome Planet Eclipse NEXUS Upgrade Kit, Red KAPP Cosmetics, Chrome Shocktech Beavertail, 14" DYE Boomy, EGGY 2 & 45/45 Nitro Duck Tuff Skin HPA Tank W/ DYE Rhino Tank Cover.
This stuff seems to shoot well through my SP progressive, SP AA as well as my DYE Ultralite and Boomstick barrels.
~Some Balls Out Of Round.
~Shell May Be Too Thick.
I work at Rush Paintball in Poughkeepsie, NY and we use this paint, as well as Severe Hurricane as our main field paint. Although we do carry some more expensive, top of the line paints, we mostly sell this because most of the players who play with us cant afford the high priced stuff, or really can't tell the difference between the expensive paints and the cheap paints ... they just want to ball.
~Great Price. We sell this stuff rather cheap, and our customers love us for it.
~Thick Shell. This paint stands up to high pressure markers as well as abusive newbs.
~Okay Fill. The fill seems to be okay, although not fantastic, it does the job. Our refs can spot hits before they're fully wiped away.
~Some Balls Out Of Round. Some of these balls may have a dimple, but they're cheap, so I've come to acept this. In addition, the dimples and such I see on these are nothing compared to other brands of paint.
~Shell May Be Too Thick. Some times people get bounces and what not off of things that shouldnt warrent a bounce.
Over all, this paint is awesome for the player on a budget, or a player who hasn't yet decided if they want to spend $$ on a mid to high end marker. We use this paint because it doesn't break often in our rentals, plus its good enough to keep our customers happy.