You were one of the people I refer to actually having issues. But as we showed you on a few occasions it can be done. If you remember correctly on the day you came back to see us, we also had someone in for a demonstration on the machine (he then went on to purchase it) he sprayed the material on in two passes at 18mm in thickness - something you questioned him on, which he himself answered. Not a technician.
Speed 3 will still have an output of 14-15l/min with the M200 therefore the same output to the Ritmo. We have also shown several videos and customer reviews of people spraying on speed 4 to the correct consistency as to which they like. They aren't videos done by us - they are live onsite videos done by the owner or contractor.
Again, the machine continues to sell, reviews will always come in good or bad but we are very confident with this machine and know it inside out. We also speak to our customers on a daily basis and spend time out on site with the local guys to make sure everything is going perfectly for them.
As we stated and this has happened on other machines, farting is caused through various things, air and material consistency. If this is adjusted correctly then there are no issues.
Its the same as all machines, some will adapt, some will love them, others will prefer other styles - that is the same in all aspects of the trade. This can also be seen with your love of the G4 in comparison to the monojet. Time, experience and patience is key with all machines. No matter how experienced people are using one type of machine, a different brand or different style of machine will take learning and getting used to
One thing to add, which we have learnt is that certain material such as Monoblanco are more effectively sprayed on speed 3 - this is due to the composition of the material and the water setting required.