I've had a few short (1 or 2 hour) sessions airbrushing with this compressor. It preforms very well for small projects like plastic modeling. It is most likely one of the quietest compressors I have used. I've used it with 5 different air brushes and could maintain 20 to 30 psi with all of them during normal on/off trigger operation. With my Paasche Talon using a 0.6mm nozzle and fan tip (quite high air demand, 0.5+cfm) the compressor would remain above 25psi for about 2 minutes of constant trigger on operation before the pressure would drop, very slowly, below the 25psi level. I have seen comments about the head getting hot but for me, it has never gotten hotter than hot tap water and usually it would not be difficult to hold my hand on the head indefinitely. (If the head gets too hot, you probably bought too small a compressor for your needs.)
This compressor is stated to be 0.8cfm but the pressure that rating is at is not specified.
I would recommend this compressor for smaller, intermittent spray projects like plastic models or small nozzle art/graphics projects where the trigger is released often so the compressor can replenish the tank to some degree.
If your projects require higher volume air (larger nozzles/ higher pressures/ longer trigger on times) I would suggest spending a little more and get the ABD TC-828 , MAS TC-96T or ABD TC-848 compressors.