One word describes this ball, and that is Crazy! This ball defines that word. From the bright and colorful white, orange, and purple color scheme to its ball motion, crazy is what this ball is. This ball keeps with the theme of having bright and fun colors, and I love the color combination. It stands out from all the others, and everyone knows what ball is in your hands.
I have drilled 2 Crazy Antics now, one is drilled 5.5 from positive axis point and 3 from VAL with a small hole, essentially putting the pin over the bridge. This ball is extremely clean through the fronts and mids, and then goes crazy in the backend. This is one of the strongest balls in the backend I have seen in a while. In comparing this an original Antics, the Crazy is cleaner and retains more energy than the original.
My second Crazy Antics is drilled 4.5 from positive axis and pin is 2.5 from VAL. I adjusted the surface on this one to a 2000 Abralon. The idea behind this was to get the ball to start revving up sooner and still have the backend motion of the first one. This does exactly that. Now the 2 play off each other real well, when this starts to lose too much energy, I can go to the first one I drilled and be fine.