It's an ok place to go and play. The skill level of players varies from week to week. I've been there when there was nothing but first timers, and I've been there when the TC team, and the team from The Perimeter have been there. If it's your first time playing get a bunch of friends to go. If your more experienced then one day you will find stiff competition and another to find nothing more then target practice. The fields there are ok. The outdoor field is much better then the indoor one. The outdoor is nearly twice the size of a normal speedball field, but that pays off when 30 people show up. The indoor field however is very small. If there is a big group there and you have to play indoor then good luck. In there it is very dark and slippery. Many times you can't tell if someone on the other side is on your team or not. The fields there aren't mirrored on the other side. Outdoor I think far side has advantage where as in the indoor I think the close side has an advantage. As far as paint prices go don't buy your paint there, it's around 75-80 for a case, save yourself a lot of money and bring your own paint. Also the entry fee price is 20 bucks which includes free air all night or one free CO2 fill. The reffing there is ok. It depends on which ref is there that night. One will stand in a corner and yell ref all game so you don't shoot at him. Another will actually do what a normal ref does like paint checks calling people and etc. The main thing you need to do before playing is to verify that everyone is choroned in. Some people go and wont chrono until someone bleeds from a shot. Yes I have seen this happen to friends more then once. The people that show up are generally nice and wont do anything stupid. All in all it's a good place to go and play when you get a chance to. With the choice of this or TC I would take TC. But go give it a try for yourself.