Well, I don't have much experience with this marker, but I can try to help.
For me, I don't really look at woodsball or speedball as having certain types of markers; aesthetically, yes, as speedballers' markers are usually colorful and emphasis is on anodizing and stickers (on hoppers, etc.) whereas woodsballers place emphasis on concealment, milsim mods, etc. I played for years with an A-5 that I spent nearly $1,000 to bring it up to the competitive level of "space guns" so that when I encountered them in the field I could keep up with them. But no matter what I did, my sweet-looking blow-back A-5 could not outshoot those youngsters with the Mini's.
So I first went with the Smart Parts SP-1 as my first electro-pneumatic marker and it changed my game radically. First, I was not carrying around a bulky heavy marker - carrying 10 lbs. of marker for an 8 to 10 hour scenario game WILL tire you out. Second, the efficiency on air, snappiness of shot, and overall performance for an electro-pneumatic will always far exceed those of a mech blow back, etc. (which is what I am assuming you are shooting).
The MacDev Tactical Drone possesses a similar drivetrain to that of the Droid - which is a marker that is making it huge on the speedball scene - but is tailored cosmetically for woodsballers. That's it. I know most woodsballers won't touch this kind of marker because it cannot fit an air-thru mag on it or whatever, but when running around in the bush, this this the marker you want or what the majority of those guys out there shoot.
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