I played there last sunday, and it was great. The staff was extremely friendly and they didn't waste a half an hour telling us rules that we already know. The rec fields very fun, we played three of them and the funnest one was the spool field. They have a "Hamburger Hill" scenario field which is fun if you have the energy to work. The trench field was my least favorite but it was still fun to play. They only had the one airball field setup which was dominated by the Tourney players, I was soooo impressed by them, ya right! The refs were awesome they cleared the airball field so us lowly rec players could get on there. Self air fills and self chrono made things even better. It was a small group of walkons about 10-15 which I loved. Again refs were not super strict and we didn't have to listen to the same rule speech that we always get at some fields. The only downfalls that I can see is the wind up there is pretty significant and when they start charging $20 field fees I think that is a bit much for the size of the field. Ya it is funner than SC but for only five more bucs there you get twice the fields plus all the speedball fields and the airball field.
CONCLUSION: If your tired of the crowds and the rules speeches like I am this field is superb. Go and play there!!!
Can you blame him? Really? I play tourney ball and have a team and I know how tournament players can be. Most tournament players, yes most, don't give a flying leap about about recball players at their local fields. They just see ducks with little red targets painted on them and try to set a new personal score by shooting as many of them as they can. The airball field at warped is dominated by the tourney players because that's what we payed to play on. We all need to practice for whatever event is coming up next, so most recball players get chewed up on the airball field quickly so that the tourney players can get their next game in. Would it really be hard to step aside every once in a while for some recball players to play a quick game on the airball field. You never know which recball player is gonna turn into the next superstar tourney player.