Bushwhackers - Much more enjoyable experience - have never played as a private group there, but I believe they let you buy cases of paint no matter the size of your group. That cuts down on the cost a lot!
This is a review of the private group play at Fearless Fighters. Unless you have at least 14 people DO NOT GO HERE! 14 is the minimum number of players you need for them to sell you cases of paint. I went with a group of 10. My friend invited me and he didn't know what the paint prices were. When we showed up the guy running things asked us to please open up our wallets so he could rape them. Since we only had 10 people they would only sell us paint at the price of 100 balls for $6.00. That means if i wanted to buy a case a paint (which i was planning on) i would have had to spend $120!!!. I about left right there, but then there would only be nine players and thats not enough to have a private group.
There were 2 staff members that we delt with most of the day. One had longer hair and was very helpful and courteous. The other was a younger guy who reffed most of our games, and he was a quite rude. Me and the two other more experience players wanted to play against six other people from our group, just for the fun of it to see how we could do. We really didn't plan on winning. The ref refused to let us do this and when I asked him why he said, "You're not good enough." This kinda ticked me off in two ways. One, the ref just insulted me. Two, I thought one of the reasons you pay extra for a private group was so you could choose the fields you wanted to play and how you wanted to play them, as opposed to open play.
I give this fields private play a 3 because of the outrageous prices and the rude staff member made it an unenjoyable experience. I would actually give it a 1 based on todays experience, but the fields were set up pretty nice and looked like it might have fun openplay.