I was watching some airsoft videos from Rainbow Airsoft on YouTube and saw the following video from ASGI. I wondered if it contained some false information (as I've witnessed in past AirsoftGI videos) and my suspicions seem to have been confirmed. If you want to skip their ads at the beginning of the video, go to 0:30. [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXpMxb0JVMc[/ame] I personally believe the statements Tim made about high speed setups were completely untrue. Some parts of the video were okay, but: a)He did not include a MOSFET unit in the list. b)He did not include a lower ratio gear set (16:1, 13:1) instead of the standard ratio gear set (18:1). c)He did not include Deans connectors in the list. d)He did not include lower resistance wiring in the list. e)He listed an aluminum piston head. If I'm not mistaken, aluminum piston heads cause more wear on the front of the gearbox (possibly causing fractures in the future, this also depends on the thickness of the gearbox, the material it's made of, and other internal factors). f)"Standard motor, standard ratio gears on a lipoly will already yield a high FPS..." So the battery affects the FPS by THAT much? Really? I always thought it was air compression, the spring, the ratio of the gears, and the amount of torque a motor has that substantially affects FPS. g)The P90 that Tim fired was supposed to fail (in a ridiculous "15 rounds")...It didn't. I doubt that high speed setups are not reliable because I've heard of so many people that use high speed setups and have kept their guns running for years without issues. And if they do run into any issues, they can fix them easily. I'd like to hear you guys' opinion on this video, because I think AirsoftGI is just basing their opinion on their own "high speed setups". I feel like ASGI has been misinforming newer players with their videos. Airsoft GI has been a good retailer (at least for me), but it's annoying to see my favorite retailer pointing their customers in the wrong direction at times.