I learned to play on this field, and I have enjoyed the experience. This experience has been far from consistent however. The price is not unresonable if you go on Wed. nights. (cheap night 25$/ 500 balls, plus 5$ entry fee). The owners are sometimes very helpful, but I've seen them when they are stressed and they can seem somewhat short to a sensetive customer. This is Not the norm and must be taken into account for those who play there once and are trash talking the place. The indoor field they use in the winter is small and very cramped on an especially busy night, but still a lot better than not playing. The outdoor field is EXPONENTIALLY better. The terrain is varried with a town on the one side, a forrested area in the center, swampish area to the other side with some bushes, and also has a field with bunkers to hide behind. I think this is good for a new player especially, because it helps to figure out what style of play you like. The refs are refs, they'll answer questions with varrying levels of enthusium depending on who's working that night (and how tired they are). They are very strict about safety, so leave your mask on until they say it's OK to remove it. I hear it's not alot of fun sitting off. When it gets dark they switch to speedball which I think is less fun, but gets better as people run out of paint and leave, shrinking the number of remaining players.
Tip for new people: always go with friends it makes it even more fun.