Excellent quality. Feels very well made. Unfortunately, it was not well assembled. There was a small but constant leak that made use difficult. The filter was torqued on to the cap so hard that the brass fitting was cracked, right out of the box. Customer service was difficult to reach, and it was a straightforward problem, so I decided to repair it myself. When I attempted to remove the fitting, it broke off completely. It was in so tight that my first screw extractor broke off, and the second required my entire body weight and then some before it popped loose. Upon inspection, it was because they screwed the fitting in beyond where the cap was threaded... then kept going for another half an inch. With the fitting replaced, it works perfectly. Actual airbrush review: I purchased this to do solid one color coats on items that I'm restoring, not to use it for art. I've never used an airbrush before, though I'm familiar with the basics of a decent spray paint job. I read the instructions, tested it out on some cardboard for about 30 seconds, then dove right in. It is incredibly easy to use. My first project came out almost perfect. Control is simple, and use is intuitive. If you can use a can of spray paint without screwing up, you can get even better results with this kit right off the bat. If you intend to use it for art projects - the included lesson guide is worthless. It goes from painting dots and lines to spraying Rembrandt in about 5 minutes. From my limited experience so far, this kit seems like it should be perfect for learning art and detail work with - the quality of the paint seems much more important than any shortcomings you'll notice in this hardware. I would have given this package 5 stars if it weren't damaged straight from the manufacturer and other reviews (of this and their other models) that show it was not a fluke.
Rating: [3 of 5 Stars!]