I hate to do it but this board has had me frustrated from the day I preordered it. The lack of documentation and the misinformation on it were frustrating.
Programming with the trigger is a pain, if you plan on getting this you'll need to spend more money for the cable and program. If the software didn't require "tweaking" it wouldn't be so bad but that's not the case. By tweaking I mean, you either use one of the presets or firing modes and you should be good. Not the case. You need to go and up your dwell because the dwell settings are incorrectly listed so when you start ripping, you'll get drop off.
The eyes don't work as good as my stock board. For example, with my finger in the breech the eyes work fine. But with paint, the ball needs to be in an exact location in order to fire. This is not the case with my stock board.
And yes, I've called and written numerous emails and have had none of them returned. I got a hold of someone one day and all they said was, "that's odd".
*EDIT* I was able to reach them and they swapped out my board for a new one and all of the problems above were gone. The board works very well now, although I wish trigger programming was a little easier. Revising my product rating because I based my review above on a faulty board.
If you've used this product in the past, I'd say go for it. If you're new to it, then I'd wait until the software and documentation are a little more refined.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, April 10th, 2006 at 4:59 am PST