Space Coast Paintball - Currently cannot compare with Wayne's World except in field size
Orlando Paintball - Not for the Rec/scenario player
I have been to Wayne's World on three separate occasions, the first of which was the Stars War Grand Finale in 2003, and the other two on regular recreational days.
The field at Waynes World is the best that I have been to. Many foritified structures including, forts, bunkers, an urban area, a bridge, an airfield, and speed ball courses all spread out over a huge area with many trails to use to get to each area.
The staff and referees are all friendly, yet objective when it comes to making decisions, and they all pay attention to what is going on around them. Also the Refs will allow the players to decide what to play, instead of forcing them to play something that they don't want too.
I haven't had to buy any parts from the pro shop, but the paint, food, and beverage prices are not jacked up like most other places ($65 for DraXxus, $1 for hot dog, $1 for gatorade).
The scenario game was incredible 1700 people registered to play and thousands of dollars worth of prizes at the end. They were giving away packages (eg marker, t-shirt, sticky grips, and barrel) instead of one piece at a time, and it still took them 2 hours to give it all away because there was so much. The scenario game ran extremely smooth considering the amount of people and the use of tanks. People came from as far as Las Vegas just to play in this scenario.
In the 3 times I have played at Waynes World I can't think of one bad aspect or incident. After going to other fields in the area for their 24 hour scenario's, I understand why Wayne's World is the King of Scenarios.
I recommend this field to everyone no matter what skill level.