I'm going to assume this is your first gun, and just give you a tip. While its great to buy the gun of your dreams right away, there are more important issues with airsoft guns than appearance alone. You have to think more towards quality of the internal parts, such as the mechbox internals, the quality and most of all durability of the body of the gun, etc, etc, etc. Think about it. You're looking for a durable gun that you can learn to play with. You want something that will be reliable, dependable and resistant to the bumps and scrapes of playing Airsoft.
What it comes down to: Would you rather have a beautiful gun, that can't hit the mark 30 yards out, or a gun that might not be as pretty, but its a beast when it comes to fielding during an airsoft game?
I knew a man once who said "Death smiles at us all. All a man can do is smile back."