TC Hyperball Wayland, Excalaber, Fantasy Paintball
My friend, brothers, and I just recently recieved spyder guns for christmas so in wanting to get out and play we went to crossfire to play indoors. My first impressions of the field were pretty decieving in which I thought at first it looked small and crappy. But having played the open play session I believe my view is different. The field has many good things that I did enjoy.
The air bunkers were placed well in that they were symmeterical giving no side an outright advantage. And the field was not too overcrowded with them which was also good. As for this pea gravel floor that many others are complaining about I think it is great a bit muddy but it works well for a player who moves. The Staff was also pretty decent in which some of the young staff and refs would even give us first timers tactical advice and even show us some drills to get better skills. They would not hesitate to help.
The only real bad thing that I can say thus far about paintball is the price to buy paintballs $40 a case with a ten dollar discount. I guess you will have that though. Other than that the off field area could be a little cleaner but then again it is my first visit to an indoor arena. So all in all I would recommend crossfire for those who play year round during the winter season.
I would rate it at an 8 out of 10