I'm not going to bother with pics. God knows there have been thousands posted on the net.
First of all, the magazine body appears to be well constructed of heavy gauge aluminum alloy spot welded together. No complaints, good design
Spring system, I guess they did what they had to. It works. This is NOT a magazine to disassemble in the field! It is not hard to disassemble, it is a BITCH to get it back together.
Follower, If you try the more or less standard test of pushing down at the front to see if it sticks.............it DOES! I think they should have had Magpul design the follower.
Floorplate, IF you have ever dropped a loaded stock G.I. mag on a hard surface....you know what is going to happen with this mag. Floorplate is going to buckle and fly off dumping the spring and rounds out the bottom. Again, they should have went to Magpul for the floorplate design. Something like the Ranger L.
I sprayed the inside of the magazine and the followers (yes, plural) with Remington Rem-DriLube. It is a Teflon spray that evaporates and leaves a coating of dry Teflon. CProducts used to recommend it.
Overall a good design, BUT it could have been better.