There isn't really much to know about it. It is a simple mechanical stacked-tube blowback marker, so it will shoot very similar to a mechanical Spyder.
Personally, I would take an Azodin over a Spyder anyday, mainly because it has autococker threaded barrels. This is nice because almost any marker at a higher level than this will have A/C barrel threads.
Performance wise, it will work fine if you are playing recball. It will hold its own, but will not be able to shoot very fast. It will shoot, but won't be the smoothest shot out there. It shouldn't really give you any problems as long as you take care of it and if you do, Azodin Tech Support is great.
In my opinion, I think it is a great marker for the price. You can get it even cheaper from Azodin if you buy a refurbished one. It won't turn heads, but it will be able to shoot well enough until you decide you might want a new marker.
Hope this helped and if you have any more questions, just ask.
Here is a link to show you how the marker works every time it fires. This is an animation of a Spyder, but it will work the same. http://www.zdspb.com/media/tech/animations/spyder.gif