Been looking through all the older threads and I noticed no one talks about the Colani. Which as a owner of one kinda makes me sad. I honestly don't understand why this airbrush is so unknown. I am a H&S guy but I started out with a traditional airbrush type in the H&S Evolution. The Colani though is hands down my favorite airbrush though. Mostly through its absurd versatility. You name it and this airbrush can do it. Fine lines and illustration work just slap on the 0.2mm needle nozzle set. Spraying a large RC car with metal flake, slap on the 1.2 needle nozzle set with a 50ml cup. Add to that everything in between this airbrush can do. Now to the part I love the most the ergonomics of the airbrush. The airbrush was designed by Lugi Colani a amazing and eccentric German mechanical engineer and designer. Colani was fascinated by organic shapes and ergonomics. As such his design feels amazing in the hand. The upside trigger was extremally natural feeling on first time holding the airbrush. Here is a couple of pictures of my Colani how I have it set up at the moment. I am running a 0.6mm nozzle/needle set, with a 15ml cup and the 50ml cup when I need it. Lately I have been using it as a priming machine since the 0.6mm needel/nozzle set is amazing at laying down primer or paint with a larger pigmentation. Also here is the wikipedia on Lugi Colani worth a read dude was awesome. Luigi Colani - Wikipedia What are your thoughts on this airbrush? Have you ever used a Colani?