Nice straw there champ.
Grips are grips are grips are grips. Unless you have super midget hands the comfort ability of grips are nearly irrelevant considering the majority of players using high ends, or markers in general, wear gloves.
Again, nice straw bud.
So your solution to an uncomfortable gun is to wear gloves? Haha, that's the cutest argument I've heard for a while.
What most people do or like doesn't concern me, I don't wear big fat gloves, nor does the majority of experienced players I know.
Don't worry, I'll elaborate then. When I for one, am playing paintball and am in the middle of a speedball game, I've never stopped and thought to myself, damn these grips are comfortable. Considering how many times I switch from left to right during a game I've really never cared for the grips, I just want to make sure that I have a smooth transition from right to left and from left to right. I wear fingerless gloves because it has minimal padding on the inside, but has enough padding on the outside because I hate the feeling of getting shot in the hand, it hurts and I don't care for it. I've also made the observation at the fields that I play at, of many people wearing gloves whether they're new, intermediate, or professional.
Moreover, considering the typical player has 1-2 fingers dedicated to hovering over the trigger, making the front part of the hand roll up and lose contact with the grip during any given time, I fail to see how grips can be considered comfortable when 1/3 of your hand isn't even on the grip frame. The only real time you have your entire hand on the grip of the marker is either off the break, when you get shot out, or when you are waiting to start the game. So in all sincerity, it really doesn't matter because it is only something that people focus on when they are drawing for straws to justify an outrageous pricetag on an otherwise uneventful marker.