I've been playing with this gun for the past 2 months, and it has only shown me great performance and reliability. It's also a great gun gun to customize (I have a fore-grip, red dot, and barrel extension/silencer on mine).
-Extremely light (good for when u start add a lot of attachments), I'd say it weighs about 4 or 5 pounds with no attachment (I don't exactly know, I'm just guessing)
-Great fps, high enough for long ranged shots but low enough to wear no one will hate you for shooting them at close range (airsoft gi chroned mine at 409 with .2's, and I personally chroned mine at about 385 with .23's)
-Length, long enough to be accurate, but short enough to handle and take to cqb
-Fire rate with a 9.6 is awesome
-The gun is tight, and there are really no wobbles (especially the D D rail)
-Price, $245 is really affordable
-The gun is dead sexy
This section should really be called Neutral because nothing here is really a con, but Gi won't let you change that so I'm going to put the neutral stuff here. (don't let anything discourage you from buying this gun)
-the stock feels a little cheap and can be annoying to fit the battery, but it gets the job don't and is relatively tight
-all of my mags wobble inside the receiver only if I push it forward, but it doesn't when i run around with it so its not really anything to complain about
-Warning, if you are going to put a barrel extension/silencer on it, make sure you leave a mag inside it while you twist of the front part of the outer barrel. If you put to much force on the front barrel piece in the wrong direction (without a mag), it'll rotate the hop-up and your magazines won't fit inside. If this does happen, just twist it the other way until it is back in position.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]