Hey all, I was hoping for some advice. I have been airbrushing scale models for around 8 years now, during that whole time I faithfully used my Iwata HP-C Plus until I dropped it on a stone floor and dented the whole front end and threads. I decided to pick myself up a new airbrush as a treat and I heard good things about the Infinity, plus the spares are much cheaper compared to Iwata (a whole front end, nozzle plus needle is only £42 vs £85 for the Iwata!) so I picked up a Infinity CR Plus with the 0.2 and 0.4 needle/nozzle sets. I've only had it for around a week. The issues is I find the trigger and needle very slippy compared to my HP-C, the trigger feels very loose, I can achieve fine lines but if I so much as bump the trigger even by a hair the airbrush blasts paint out in a full cone, regardless of the pressure, I've tried anything from 10 to 25 PSI and I still get the same issues. Which isn't good for me as I need consistent fine lines for my work as I work on 28mm projects. I've tried various brands of paint and inks. Is it just me or is the trigger meant to be this loose? Are H&S airbrushes really this loose? This happens with both the 0.2 and the 0.4, is there something I am missing because I'm new to H&S? I adjusted the trigger tension for air to the point I am happy but the action for the paint still feels stupidly loosey-goosey to the point it feels the needle is just floating in the airbrush. Also another issue I've found is that if I start a movement with air as you are suppose to the airbrush randomly spits out paint, even though I didn't pull the trigger back for paint, as if wet paint is sitting on the needle. I've managed to ruin a couple of projects because of this issue. I tried twisting the needle as I am seating it back in but the same issue happens. I'm really hoping I haven't broken anything already, I've only had it for a week... If anyone has any idea it'd be a great help!