Things I liked:I have been shooting 7.71 gr Match pellets in my shop which is 40'long. I would get 5/8" groups. Needed more pellets and read the reviews for the new Match (7.56gr) and a few unfavorable comments were made. I just did a comparison by shooting 5 round groups with the old and new pellets. They both shot 5/8" groups measured center to center. I was pleased. My rifle has at least 500 pellets through it and it is firing quite a bit more accurately as compared to new. I even tried to pattern Magnum, Hunter and Master Point pellets, all three which use to spread and not have any near as good of groups as the Match. Well they are not patterning about as well as the Match. I have heard this before, but rifles take a while to seat in for whatever reason. One needs to have patience, and I was about out of patience and actually threw out the tins of the three non-match pellets, but rescued them a few days later to use in my pistol. Guess it was a good thing as they are now shooting well. Things I would have changed:Nothing since I am getting the accuracy I want. What others should know:Keep pulling the trigger and if your accuracy is not good in the beginning, put a few hundred pellets through your rifle and I think accuracy will improve.