$150 for an autococker sr is a good price, but they've been known to have some issues with frequent board and oled failures and leaky rams. They can be tuned, modded, and repaired to run like champs, but then you're going over $150. That one may need some work out of the box.
Trilogies have proprietary, integrated front pneumatics and its components are not interchangeable with standard cockers. They're meant to be more user friendly. They can be tuned to run great as first or casual markers, but don't pay more than $100.
I suggest a good classic automag for an awesome, inexpensive, yet solid, bullet proof marker. They can be had for $100 and under sometimes.
Last edited by paintballedbackin88; 02-01-2013 at 05:23 AM.