Just to add that my current compressor is badged as a 'Badger BA1000' and seems to work quite well but very much inferior to a SilAir compressor I had a few years ago which sadly died and had to be replaced. However the benefit this previous one had was that it had a holding tank which meant the unit only kicked in when the pressure dropped to the selected setting so guaranteeing a constant air flow.
I know that the actual pressure you get depends upon the airbrush itself and the nozzle size so the figures quoted for any compressor are just a guide but I'm pretty sure my current compressor never delivers the top end psi, which is occasionally required, and not convinced that it delivers the selected psi either as indicated by the pressure gauge given the reviews I've read and my own results.
Perhaps I'm being too picky as most of my work is done at 18 psi or less but as this new unit offers a holding tank it may perhaps be a better investment for me but have never heard of the brand (so perhaps another generic product sold by many?) hence my question.
Ps. my current airbrush is the excellent Iwata Eclipse which replaced my previous Testors 'Aztec' as the latter developed a fatal air leak in the body and would have required me sending it back to the USA to be fixed at considerable expense - so not a product I could recommend even though it features in various modelling guides.