This is my first Houston Area field to play on -
Have played on fields in Dallas and Fort-worth - Va. CA. MO. LA. and NC.
I had a good time because most things are what you make them - but here is what I would improve -
The refs wanted to sit down and socialize with their fellow employees rather than make sure the players( ie. customers ) got their $'s worth. I didn't drive out to the middle of no where to sit on at a table and wait for a ref to take charge.
A little more imagination and daring would go along way - I saw the Lego field and it was little more than a few plastic pallets - everything else was in need of repairs and it had nothing to do with the RITA.
Certain fields were loaded with cow patties - ( I love beef - I just don't want to pay to play it in ).
A word to the owners: A little pride in your business would go a long way. Go buy some lumber - nails and a few hammers.
Other than that - I would go back - I had a good time with the people who were running the show (not a soul over 18) and had fun the other players -