I have had jams exactly like Noclue119 described. It sucks having to remove the paint (and since I'm cheap I carefully poured it into a pod) and then disassemble the hopper and put it back together after removing the jam. It is just something that happens with those hoppers when the balls get mooshy. That is the only real reason I will always prefer a prophecy or Z2 over a rotor.
I'm looking forward to the next gen rotor. If they get some kinda jam removal in place it will be amazing.
And yeah - for many MCB dudes, halos were too ****ty and heavy to justify their heinous weight and accidental ball crushing tendencies. Evolutions were nice and light and good but they just broke so easily.
"I'll see it when I believe it"
Last edited by Cunha; 03-21-2013 at 09:27 PM.