That wasn't my point; my point was that, if it sat in Asia for a week, and then was at sea for 2 weeks, and then it took another week in the US to repackage it (in New Jersey), and then another week to send it to California, that paint is at minimum 5 weeks old. We all know that fresh paint is more consistent. Varying conditions (ie temperature, humidity, and failure to rotate stock) are a good way to produce an inconsistent ball (as far as shape and shell).
KEE/DXS/G.I. all manufacture their paint that is national tournament bound within 10 days of the start of the tournament, store it in a climate controlled facility, and then it is on one climate controlled truck, often the same truck that is at the event that you pickup your paint from.
Central Alabama Paintball Park and Tournament Complex