Hello all New to the forums, and happy to join the community. First a bit about myself. I'm a late 30's bloke who lives in South Africa, although sometimes in Europe. I mostly work in digital graphic design, and getting into airbrushing is purely a hobby for now. My intended uses are miniature painting and probably some 2D art for practice and pleasure. I've picked up some equipment to get started, and have the following at the moment: Compressor: Werther Sil-Air 50-24 oil lubricated silent compressor (24 liter tank) Brush: H&S infinity cr plus 2-in-1 kit (0.4 and 0.15 mm needles) I am currently preparing for a move, and I don't have time to get into setting up a workroom right now, so intend to get to it once I'm relocated. The last time I airbrushed was nearly 20 years ago as a teenager, so consider me a complete noob. My questions are as follows, and I'd appreciate any help I can get: I got a 5 meter coiled air hose with the compressor, which I -think- is 1/4 inch. It has a male connector and a quick release female connector. The compressor has a quick release female connector which fits the hose. Obviously the airbrush I have doesn't fit the massive female 1/4 inch quick release, and I don't know much about the various connectors. What is my best option to getting the airbrush connected up, and what connectors/hoses should I be looking to get? The H&S airbrush manual that came with the brush says that the connector is 2.7 mm which is a bit confusing since that doesn't seem to fit with the standard hose diameters I've seen (like I said, I'm not well versed in this type of equipment). Should I just ditch the coil hose and get something else or can it be put to use with some fittings on the end? The compressor has a built in moisture trap, I believe. My second set of question relates to my move. I'm flying from Europe to South Africa next month, and have space in both a cargo container and an airfreight container for furniture and equipment. From what I can see, there seems to already be some oil in the compressor, so I'm not sure about using the air-freight to transport it. Does anyone know if this is safe or if there are any precautions I should take for transporting it? I'd hate for oil to leak all over the rest of the container. I've also uploaded a few photos here just for reference. Can anyone tell me what the valves/thingamajigs labelled A and B might be? A is on the left side of the output regulator/moisture trap and B is the small bit sticking out of the tank. Pencil for size reference on right of the air hose pic. Thanks again for any help you might be able to offer, and please let me know if there's any further information I can add.