I ve had my new Goldstar just over a week now, it performs well with JSB 4.53 and I can t fault its shooting consistency. When I handled it in the shop it appeared to be well made, nicely balanced and felt comfortable. I do have a couple of gripes though after getting used to it and also putting it through an HFT event. The knurling on the air cylinder would have been better put on the rotating filling port cover as the cover is smooth and quite stiff to turn. The hamster has wood screws holding it to the adjustable cradle; they were loose and needed tightening when I carried out adjustment. The hamster cradle itself needs the allen bolt ridiculously tight to prevent movement; from my original preferred setting it migrated back to the stock during an HFT shoot. All in all a very nice looking rifle but flawed with simple design faults. Is it worth the £900 price tag? My £725 HW100 isn t as pretty but a solid performer and just as consistently accurate! Regards, Steve.