I highly recommend this field to anyone considering playing here. It has a great bunch of staff members. Prices are fair. The paintball community in general is really helpful and nice. Refs call the shots when they see it and if they dont, dont sit there and yell for him to get out just shoot the player again. Woodsball is great, only drawback about that is team mate verification, its hard to tell if someone is on your team or not because they use armbands ( and when you are about to shoot someone you dont ask them to show you their arm first). The whole barrel plug situation i think is simple to solve. Everyone who plays paintball has a responsibility to tell someone who doesnt have a marker plug in to plug it. Chances are they forgot when they walked into the staging area to plug it. I've done it before on accident, just played a really great speedball game and catching a breather while walking to the staging area when i realize i didnt plug my marker. Also the wiping situation, thats a universal problem at all fields. The only thing you can ask for is players to play honorably and call THEMSELVES out when they are marked, lets not blame the refs. Bottom line is that coming into paintball you have to treat it like what it is.......a sport. Never disrespect the noobies because this game isnt about putting other people down its about having fun and it isnt fun for noobies if they get made fun of. Plus if you poke fun at noobies ill 1v1 you and bunker you.