Yes I think its worth it. I've been shooting a cocker for about 9 years now and last year I got a sandridge and havent looked back since.
The one complaint that I've had about the cocker was the rate of fire. Not that it couldent keep up with angles and the like but that the cocker couldn't keep up with me. And no I wasn't short stroking it. I would get on the trigger and if I wasn't paying attention I could turn it into a blender.
My main reason for getting an electro cocker was for the eye. The eye alows me to shoot just as fast as I can feed the gun. And no my paint consumption hasn't gone up. I still shoot the same, its just that now more paint actualy leaves the barrel (is a spherical shape). As a byproduct I might shoot a little faster then I did before but, its not the main reason I went to an electro cocker.
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