Amazingly realistic compared to real steel, which I have handled. Furniture *almost* matches FN's exactly. Just a tad bit different. The gun shoots amazingly well, and is perfect for any CQB matches you may be thinking about! The fact that it houses a full-length M4 barrel inside the body is no less amazing, and because G&G pulled out all the stops on internals with this one, it shoots like a dream right out of the box! Some of you CQB'ers out there might appreciate the step up to a 9.6v battery, which absolutely CRANKS the ROF. It almost becomes unfair for the other team! No problems as of yet, and I have had it for a year. The only thing I'm a bit worried about is frying the hop up, as it is a modified version, so parts are probably going to have to come straight from G&G.
Aside from that, there are only a few cons to bring to attention: Most M4 mags will not fit without some slight modification. The chunk of plastic on top of the plate that houses the feed lip needs to be shaved down a bit for the mag to lock into the magwell. That's fairly minor. The only other complaint is that the rubber butt cap has a nasty tendency to come off at the most inopportune moments, so I wrapped some paracord through the sling mount gaps on both sides and around the back in order to keep it on. Another con is that the only sling that will fit this gun that I have found so far is FNH's, which runs you around $50...
Shoots amazingly well for a stock bullpup
Easy to adjust hopup
Great ergonomics (fully ambidextrous)
Velocity adjust knob (Great idea)
Some parts are exclusive to this gun (namely hopup)
Mags need to be modified
Rear butt cap falls off
No attachment point for a single point sling! WTF?!?!?!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]