The rumors of crazy aggression and a massive increase in strength are completely ridiculous. It is just a steroid--not some miracle compound. While it might be stronger per mg than most other AAS, there are several other steroids which function similarly to Cheque Drops in terms of aggression. Halotestin and Trenbolone are two of the most common. On top of that, not everyone responds the same to AAS. Some people have a hard time controlling their temper with Halo, while others don't experience any increase in aggression even with very high dosages. Personal response can vary widely. If you think you can take 1 mg and turn into a demented lunatic, you have another thing coming.
You might be able to gauge your potential personal response by how you respond to other, simlarly acting steroids. If you don't have anger-aggression issues with any other steroids, you probably aren't going to with this stuff, either. A typical test, tren, halo cycle, especially when using decent dosages, will make most people much more anger-agression prone than a single 1 mg dose of Cheque Drops. As with any steroid, maximum effects won't be noticed with short-term exposure. The centers of the brain responsible for inducing anger-aggression needs to remain under the influence of the drug for weeks before maximum stimulation will occur. It's just like with strength...or libidio...or any of the other effects steroid have--it takes a few weeks of chronic exposure before noticing their full effects.