There's a local guy interested in plate carriers and other misc. gear that I might be able to trade with a local guy. My two options to are either a stock Cm048 with a new battery and a few hicaps; or an Aug A3 that's been wired to deans, has a mosfet, new battery, and nine midcaps. Right now I've got a JG AK47 and a JG m4 s-system and the M4 just feels like it fits me better, so I'm a little iffy about another AK pattern. At the same time I've also read that this thing is actual steel and wood rather than potmetal which is a huge bonus, while the AUG has the bullpup design going for it which can be great for a smaller guy like me (5'8" but 120lbs). In terms of DMRing either though despite the AUG's longer barrel it seems like the cyma's better construction might actually work out better without tons of upgrades. As far as value goes even though the A3 seems to cost more retail I would think the Cyma would hold value better. They've both got their pros and cons so I'm honestly on the fence right now. On the one hand the idea of actual steel and wood is just flipping sexy, everything I've read suggests that it's built great and despite lacking rails it should be pretty accurate with the stock tightbore and metal hop. The AUG mainly has the stock RIS system and possibly the bullpup design going for it. Who's had experience with either or both? I'm considering these both from the standpoint of a DMR or at least accurized platform and keeping them as general assault rifles, and I'm plenty comfortable with iron sights... it was good enough for Simo after all.