Originally Posted by joeimpulse
Putting a POPs asa on the bottom of that cheap *** grip frame seems pointless. By the time you upgrade the ASA, Board, and barrel you couldve just bought an Ego or Geo for the same price.
The Etha is nice if you are on a budget. You buy the gun and then as you can afford it, you buy upgrades. I have been using my Etha for over a year now and I can tell you, even though the frame is not metal, it is actually quite nice. I find it funny that in the paintball world everyone is so against using composite materials (yes, glass reinforced nylon is a composite material) on their markers. It has to be metal. In the aviation world it is the opposite, designers are going away from metal for more composite materials (and yes, glass reinforced nylon is used on aircraft). All that to say, the frame on the Etha is far from cheap or cheap feeling. Putting a POPS on an Etha is a perfectly reasonable upgrade.