This is a cool field. A nice combination of all sorts of terrain really makes it a good course for all levels. 65 percent of terrain is natural. Most is netted cactuses, combinations of trees and bushes, ravines and the like. man-made features are buildings, each with a different name, which is great for telling teammates instead of saying over there and then getting shot as you show him. haybales, spindles and miscellaneous bits. The only downside is that:
a. you have to buy their paint (which can be bought anywhere else for half their price. its nothing special.)
b. as you can imagine there is a lot of 'splatter' at splatter ranch, because half of your hits are from splatter in natural cover.
If you're taking a lot of splatter, just call it out to the refs. I used to ref, and both the player taking the splatter, as well as I, appreciated the heads up. If you're taking a LOT of splatter, move. :-) If the ref is any good, he'll check for shell fragments during a paint check. Baring their presence, you're good to go.