Originally Posted by S-mart
get a rotor it pays for it self with the batteries you save iv changed mine for the first time this last week after a year of use. they dont even have a problem with reballs best loader iv ever used
and when I had my halo too, i always got hit on the hopper(like 3-4 times per day) since ive had the rotor, ive only gotten hit in the lid when its open. plus its more streamlined to maybe get a wierd bounce if you get shot at an angle, over the halo too where if you got shot anywhere form any angle, it would always break. the rotor is extremely easy to clean with tool-less dissasembly. ive litteraly seen someone break a ball in their rotor, strip it down, on the field, wipe it off, put it back together, and continue playing. otherwise, if you break a ball in your halo, you'll have to take it off and use a pod over your feedneck. So, I would say get the rotor, definately. hope this helped.