This AEG is pretty good. Having had it for a year and a half, it still runs just fine. I've put maybe 15,000-20,000 rounds through it. Its nice that it can fit a large type battery, and i run a Elite 3300 mAh 8.4, but you should replace the battery it comes with because it's not too great (as will all "free" batteries). Its compactness is good, but damn is the orange flash hider ugly...i took that off with some effort (playing in the rain helped).
The sights are fixed and only mildly accurate. They are open sights, meaning they are essentially fancy pistol sights, allowing for quick target acquisition but not very many "one shot kills." You might need to get a rail and optic, which is what i did. The cover over the upper receiver is metal or some sort, and everything else is plastic (other than the sights and fugly flash hider). The little high cap it came with works for awhile, but eventually has started to break down on me, which doesn't matter because i run low caps now. The accuracy isn't too great even with optics, but it gets the job done for 100 dollars.
The rear slight mount broke off when i was using a single point sling on the back mount, and the sling it came with broke too. The screws come loose, so expect to tighten them every so often (especially the selector switch).
The FPS started around 350 and is now at around 312, so like most clone guns there is an obvious "break in" of the spring.
Hasn't broken down in 1.5 years even with minimal maintenance
Can hit a target, just not terribly accurately
small high cap isn't like carrying a box mag around like the 600 round high caps
Rubberized texture feels great
Plastic feels almost like metal
rear sling mount is flimsy
sling is shoddy
flash hider is ugly and glued on
screws come loose
iron sights are non-adjustable and a little confusing
no top rail, though easily remedied
stock comes a little wobbly
Not entirely metal
Not based on a real weapon
Range isn't anything special
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]