So I started with a Creative Art Airbrush which was part of a kit from Jerry's Artarama. It was the airbrush which included 3 needles, .2 mm, .3mm and .5 mm plus the air compressor. I just recently picked up an Iwata Eclipse HP-CS at Hobby Lobby and the wife has been using it mainly for her anime garage kits and loves it. I put the .5mm in the creative air this weekend and tried to prime something with it and the air pressure was non-existent. I swapped it to the .2mm and while the pressure was better it didn't cover very good. So I switched to the Iwata and it was like night and day the difference. I was able to prime the piece in no time, the coverage was even, and the brush handle so well. So now I've given up on this Creative Art airbrush and figured I would get my wife a good detail brush. So I know the Iwata is a great brush and they have the Custom Micron. Either the CM-C or CM-C+ which are .23mm or the CM-SB which is .18mm But I know my wife uses a lot of supplies from Mr. Hobby, and they make the Creos Air Brush. The PS771 GSI Creos Mr. airbrush Custom 0.18mm, and it's 1/2 the cost of the Iwata So does anyone have experience with either, or both preferred? How is the Creos airbrush brand? I also hear parts are easier to get for the Creos vs the Iwata. is this also true?