I-70 and Rush. There's no comparison. Cutters is paintball Mecca, Nirvana, Shangrila, what have you. If there were a God of paintall, he/she/it would reside in the heavenly wooded realm that is Cutters Paintball Valley.
I began my paintball career in the year 1990. I was living in the town of Sidney, OH and was just given a brand new Splatmaster paintball marker. I then proceded, with some friends, to go play at an old wharehouse in Belle Center, OH. I was decimated when I was cornered in a small closed space, defending myself with a Splatmaster against two guys with semi auto's. I believe one was a Tippy SMG-60 and the other a brand new SL-68 special. That was it! I was done with paintball, that is until my cousin, brought me out to the beautiful, wide open spaces of Cutters Paintball Valley.
Fresh air, clean trails, mature trees, babbling brooks, open grassy fields, wide spaces etc. I was hooked! My Splatmaster did not have nearly the range I would need to take advantage of Cutters' depth and variety of shooting lanes. So, I bought a SL-68 special, the marker of choice of my 'former' friends in Belle Center.
The people at Cutters were (are) awesome! Friendly, family run business (the place is in their backyard) and always helped out when I needed it. I think I was one of the first people to ever play at their field. My membership number was like 12 I recall.
I had many a good times playing at Cutters and developed my game there and that field helped to mold and sculpt the player that I am today.
Sadly, in 1992, I had to say goodbye to Cutters. I joined the USMC and began a career of using real guns and 'playing' on far off foreign 'fields' etc.
I have not been able to play there since. I have tried, but it seems they are never open when I show up!
Please, if I have sinned, and the God of paintball is angry with myself, or sixgunner and will not grant us permission into his/her/its kingdom of paint-slinging enchantment, I will do whatever it takes to achieve forgiveness, if but for only one day of shear paintball bliss! Your humble and eager paintslinger awaits his calling.