Over the years I've used , British DPM, US Woodland, Indian Summer Camo, Tiger strip, German Tree bark, but all really counted for nought when you consider I run with a bright red Timmy Species and Blue/Purple Classic. I'll learn one day - or maybe not.
The magic of MTP/Multicam was again proven today at the bunker.
Andy had my Dye DAM magazines and was missing one at the end of the game.
A group went of to search, starting at a point that he knew he had been going through a lot of reloads - no magazines to be found, they then searched the bunker, and about to give up went back to the original spot - still no magazine.
Then someone kicked the perfectly camouflaged DyeCam magazine!!!!
nowadays i use the BT digicam stuff (can't remember exactly what pattern type it is) but i always got the best results using good old DPM (97 i think). The amount of times, without a ghillie suit or anything, i'd be lying in a bush less than 10 feet from people walking down a track and no-one spotting me was awesome. But as has been said before, a huge amount of it is in positioning yourself where you'll break up your outline, and having the discipline to stay still and not pull the trigger until you have to/need to. I've completed so many scenario missions, circumnavigating the whole map, without firing a shot, just by clever and careful positioning to allow people to pass by before i carry on.
My HDE camo jersey is amazing, it looks like tan in pictures but it is actually much darker and works well in UK style environments. People have walked past me when i was laying down <2m away from them in the shade and they didn't notice me!