I bought this cymbal after very much research and i put all my money on this bet, and I am very very satisfied with my purchase, i wanted to upgrade to bronze since i only had money to buy a brass one, and i went straight to b20. PRO: The sound is very good to my taste, it has a great stick definition and light wash when you ride it. The bell is very sharp and distinctive, it cuts right trough. The crash is very explosive, it has massive volume and brightness although is a medium, dark cymbal. oh. and do you see that price? c'mon.. this is a miracle product. CON: The cymbal is pretty thin, and i do not recommend it for metal and rock, it's more to the jazz-fusion-pop side, in my opinion, alltough i use it for rock and metal too, i personally like thinner rides. The Lathing on this cymbal is very ugly on the top side ( intentionally made for the cheap look) but on the bottom side it has excellent lathing, just like a traditional hand hammered cymbal, too bad they didn't lathe it the same on the top. Conclusion: This is an amazingly good offer. too bad i have limited word count..
When I saw Millenium made cymbals from B20 material, I was skeptical, because years ago I bought a Millenium drumkit with Millenium cymbals and just as every cymbals witch belong to a kit - were terrible. I told to myself let's try it out because I don't think they will spent money for to create a B20 material cyns what they're selling separately and in set as well. Also realized that the price is double or triple time less than any B20 cymbals. I'm using it for rehears, so worth for a try.
I bought two crash (16 and 18") and a ride (20") and guys.....I'm really satisfied with the result. Long decay time, nice shinny upper frequencies and very strong...no cracks, no waves in the material, no damages.