Things I liked:Break barrel, ease in inserting pellet into chamber, noise suppressor, ease of cocking. I have a pumpup air rifle and there is no comparrison. Things I would have changed:Trigger. I installed the GRT-III Yheoben trigger modification with no problems. Also, will add a sling and Sling mounts. What others should know:Ammo. Almost every weight and style shoots a different pattern. Buy the six pack of different weights before investing in large quanities. I found the Beeman Crow Magnum and the JSB Diablo Exact Heavy shoot identical at 50, 60 and 90 feet, consistantly hitting a dime sized bullseye after sighting in. The Beeman H&N Match wadcutter followed closely in accuracy. The PBA's , in the same gun, will shoot high, & right by 2-3 inches and the Beeman Kodiak Heavy shoots high, left, 2-3 inches. If sighted in with just PBA's, or the Kodiak, I'm sure the accuracy would improve for that pellet. I find it a pain to have to realign the scope for each weight and brand of pellet. In the future, I intend to stay with the Crow-Magnum pellet since it is both less expensive and the most accurate at the ranges I use.