I've only been to the field twice, but I expect to return in the next few weeks over summer. I may not be experienced but i know what i like in a field, pb adventures has some nice courses, some we couldnt play on because they are in need of repair, but the fields they were using were nice. the field "gauntlet" has been fixed up from the first time i came. It is an attack and defend game, and there is a base with a sniper turret cut made out of that corrugated drain pipe stuff, and other bunkers at the base, and the attacking side has mostly wooded cover, but a few bunkers. this field was fun, and the workers said they would be adding on to it even more over their summer break.
the workers are all fairly young, they look about 16, or 15 but they know what they are doing. the safety speaches they give are good, but i feel they should give them more often. they seemed to have stepped up their safety since my first visit due to a few complaints. however the owner, brian, said that they have never had a safety related issue out at the field. Overall i think the staff was fairly good and capable. the one thing i disliked about the staff was that they seemed overwhelmed. i think that they were slightly understaffed, maybe i was just there on some bad days though.
the prices are competitive, with draxus blaze paint for only 52 per case of 2000. they also had a few cases of draxus midnight for 48 dollars a case. the co2 is only 7 dollars for all day, which is better than army navy's single fills for 4 or 5 dollars.
The only big set-back was the parking. there is a construction company that shares the road and nobody can park close to the field because of the big trucks and equipment, so you have to park on the road leading into the place, which isnt a big deal, but something i hope they work on. overall i give this field an 8 out of 10, and i hope to come back again soon.