I recently received an AEG Burst Wizard from AEG Wizard Main Page The theory behind this device is to provide a burst function for your AEG without having to open your gearbox. A fantastic concept to provide a unique benefit for every AEG, I was currious to see if and how it worked. I received the Burst Wizard along with a 2 page doccument describing its features and how to set it up. The first thing I noticed was the size. It's relatively small, measuring about 3/4" wide and about 2" long. This size should fit in just about any AEG. The only problem I had with it was it came wired to Mini Tamiya connectors. Everything I run has Deans style T connectors. Fortunately I am well versed in converting to Deans, so it took me a few minutes to remedy the situation. On one end of the Burst Wizard, there's a potentiometer with a small Phillips Head adjustment dial. You use this dial to adjust the time the Burst Wizard passes current from the battery to the gun. This is how the unit is able to create the burst frature. After the set time, the unit cuts off the current to the gun, thereby stopping the firing cycle. If you continue to hold the trigger after the burst is complete for about 1 second, the unit essentially goes into bypass mode, and your gun will fire in full auto untill you release the trigger. Once you release the trigger after going full auto, the unit resets to burst mode automatically. After reading the documentation provided and swapping the connectors, I felt I was ready to give it a shot. Here's a brief video of my test: [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LwkyaymJ_Kg]YouTube - AEG Burst Wizard Test.3gp[/ame] Another interesting feature built into this unit is a sort of "Sniper" mode. This mode forces a 1 second pause between shooting. This mode is entered by disconnecting the unit from the battery, turning the potentiometer counter-clockwise until it stops, then plugging in the battery. It works quite well and still allows burst fire, but forces the operator to wait 1 second between trigger pulls. This could be a good training aide to help force you to aim your shots, especially in semi-auto mode. This unit does not affect semi-auto mode in your AEG. The other features touted in the manufacturers claims will have to wait for more dedicated electronics testing equipment, which I do not have access to, but suffice it to say, this is a very cool addition to any AEG, and because it does NOT require you to open your gearbox or modify your gun in any way, you can transfer it from gun to gun as your needs dictate. Well worth the MSRP of $35, in my opinion.