accuracy i was hitting a 7x7 targert at 62.3 yards(rangefinder) i have to say with ramping and brand new gun with stock barrel i was impressed, i think this marker has alot of potential and should never be underestimated. i will use it tomorrow 3/18/2012 in a actuall woodsball game and update my thoughts after that, thank you PE for a sweet cheap marker so far.
Tippmann TIPX, Lapco Front Block, MRT BK Bolt, Remote Adapter, Hammerhead 8.15" Rifled Barrel, 3 Zeta Mags, 4 Stock Mags.
I used one today at my field. One of my teammates bought one, and I used it since I have traded my primary. I was impressed by how it shot, not much kick, and the stock barrel was pretty decent. Trigger took a little getting used to, but once I was used to it I learned to like it. I may have to get one of these sometime soon. Wicked Sports in Tampa had one that had been lasered by Kohn. Have to say that it looked really sweet.
I used my etha once and I have to say pretty much all the comments above apply to my experience. At first, I was a little dismayed at the trigger being used to my ego11, but once you start to use it, it really isn't that much of a factor especially in PSP ramp mode.
I got my etha from a trade and took it to the field to use without cleaning the bolt. That might have been a mistake. It still shot which was amazing considering how much of a mess was in the bolt/poppet assembly. I've since cleaned the gun, but it really is a testament to how robust the gun is. Even dripping with lube and oil, the gun still shot reasonably well.
Overall, quite pleased. For the price point, it's quite a good value. It's going to be my woodsball/scenario gun. Pretty much anytime when rocks and tree stumps are involved.