This is a very well constructed AEG, that is fully ambidextrous, with a functioning bolt catch. All of the metal is of decent quality, and the AEG comes with trades on both sides of the magwell. One side is Lancer Tactical trades, and the other side is Knights Armament. The hopup is a one piece plastic M4 style, that is pretty stiff, so it should stay set once you have it adjusted. The AEG also comes with both a Highcap and a Midcap mag with Knights trades on them, as well as the 9.6v battery in the supplied PEQ box. Mine chrono'd in the mid 340's to mid 350's FPS range. Once the gun is broken in, it will probably be around 350 FPS with .20g BB's.
The AEG comes stock with a 6.03mm Tight Bore Brass barrel from the factory, which, with it's solid metal construction, makes it VERY accurate out to almost 200' (at 200' I can hit a 2'X2' target easily). The included QD sling mount is also a nice touch, giving you 3 sling mount options. One con, is when flipping the rear sight up and down, the windage knob will turn ever so slightly, eventually throwing off your left/right zero. The easy fix is to hold the knob with one hand, while flipping the sight down with the other, which is pretty easy if you have your AEG hooked to a one point sling. In conclusion, this is a very solidly built, accurate, AFFORDABLE, high end AEG.
AFFORDABLE (for those of us who can't/don't want to drop $400 + dollars on a higher end AEG)
Multiple sling mounts with a QD sling swivel included
Functioning bolt and bolt catch
Rear sight windage knob moves when flipping the rear sight down. Annoying, but not a deal breaker