Artsy, visually appealing
Not as much Woodsball coverage as some people would like.
Geared twoards more experienced players
This is a pretty great magazine. One of my favorites.
COVERAGE: Most of the coverage is speedball. Well spread out though, with interviews, tournament coverage, product reviews, drills, and more. Overall, 9/10 for coverage.
*table of contents is neat, clean, and organized. Nothing special. 7/10*
APPEARANCE: Nice glossy paper, cover and articles. Very nice graphics, models, and pictures used to help understand/visualise the articles. Example: The map w/ tournament series locations, the drills, the "Edited" interview...I like it a lot. Very nice. Overall, 10/10 for appearance.
ADVERTISING: 40/131 full pages were advertising. Thats OK, better than most. Beginning is chalk-full of advertising. 8/10
PRICE: Around $6.00 without a subscription. Thats OK for the product. 8/10
I recommend it to all speedball players wanting visual appearance and straight up information, no fluffing. For experienced players mostly. Newer players can learn a lot from it, but may get lost in the abbreviations and team names. Woodsball players, you may want to stick to PB2X.