Things I liked: They hit hard. But not very accurate. I thought my gun was messed up. They i read some more reviews.
Things I would have changed: Design them to make them shoot better. Maybe its the price you pay to have a pellet hit hard. Anyhow i just received a free tin of these with my new .25 Mrod. I was excited to go out and shoot but darn i cant seem to get the scope dialed in. Every time i think its dead on it shoots the next pellet somewhere else. SO i looked it up online and i guess im not the only one having accuracy problems with these pellets. So what do I do with 200 random flying pellets. I MODIFY THEM. I took a small hammer and flattened down that little pointy tip on them. Just 3 medium small hits to bring it even with the rest of the pellet. Dont do it too much or you will widen the base of the pellet making it hard to load into the gun.. Now call me crazy but this seemed to make a world of diff at least at around 25 yards. which is all the distance i have in my small urban back yard.. Try it out. I dont know what this does to the velocity as i dont have a crony. Good luck.. Deff not getting these again haha.
What others should know: Try and flatten the pointy tip. at least the seem to shoot much straighter =). Good luck