This particular airbrush is a brand new NEO I got off Ebay. I ordered it and they were taking so long shipping it I tried to cancel, but they played the game better than me and it eventually showed up. Just in time, because my used one was DOA. I've always seen these things being talked about, but there was some bad "press", and I just put them out of my mind. But upon further review and seeing some people really praise them, I thought "what the heck!". Once I looked at it, and the specs, it was actually a good airbrush on paper... to me. It has removable cups.. bonus It has what I believe to be a positive nozzle/cap design. It has a very large air chamber that necks down quite quickly. Kinda like the Micron It uses the thinner needles, which I personally believe to be a positive. It was designed by Iwata for low air pressure. Which means it should be responsive. More on that later. Now hands on in front of me. The chrome is perfect. Trigger feel is very smooth, especially compared to the Grex XGI3 I reviewed and a Master G44 I bought to review but it was such a POS it wasn't worth my time. I will see if I can adjust the trigger pressure in a bit. All threads are quality feeling. Even the handle has virtually zero slack. Nice and smooth engagement. The nozzle was centered dead on 100%. Here is the brush as I was testing it. I was using a hodge podge of mixed paint I keep around. It was at least 3 different acrylics all mixed with a white base, so it wasn't no watercolor thin stuff. You can also see I use a trigger cheat. So as far as spraying, it's a champ. I don't know what other people are doing wrong to say this thing is JUNK. It is FAR from it. I would literally crown this the second best buy per dollar. Number one being the PS770 Creos. The NEO can go very tight detail, smooth blends to blasting. It does have a bit of a trigger delay compared to say a Micron. Micron is on from zero to one hundred. This thing starts around two or three. I'm not sure if that is a paint issue or design issue. I did some quick basic lines you would want a good airbrush to do. Too many reviews, especially by model builders, show them blasting large lines and backgrounds. Their version of a thin line I use to fill in backgrounds. Anyways, would like to hear any comments. Maybe my test didn't stress the brush enough, let me know if you wanna see something else.