I got a wacom airbrush for my bday... i've been airbrushing since i was a teenager and have always been curious if these actually emulated the feel of a real one.
It takes a little getting used to at first, there are a couple of things I would have liked to see done different, the shape being one of them, but can't really modify that...was hoping to trim down the big extension on the bottom.
My biggest issue with it was the wheel and the fact that it didn't return to an off position when you let go like it would for a real spraygun or airbrush, since the needle/trigger is spring loaded.
So I decided to remedy the situation and see if i could throw a spring in it and began dissecting it. It actually wasn't too tough to do... a small spring and a couple holes later and now it functions more like an actual airbrush would.