I thought I'd try this field because it was nearby and BYOP. It was a little difficult to find because it was sort of behind a shopping mall back behind a parking lot.
The set-up area was small (like 4-5 tables) and there were only a handful of people there when it opened. They had just recently put up their airball fields and since we didn't have very many people, the refs put us on the airball fields. The refs seemed knowledgeable, but not very interested.
As the day wore on and more and more people showed up, the refs started taking us to the woods fields. The fields were shadowy and not very elaborate nor well maintained. The refs seemed very disinterested and really tried to talk everyone into playing airball because the airball fields were closer to the set-up area.
The mosquitos were terrible in the wetter areas. The fields didn't have very elaborate bunkers, but the fields were layed out well.
The refs were knowledgeable, but seemd lazy and disinterested. Later in the day, two guys showed up with high powered guns and the refs didn't do a good job of making sure they were chronoed properly and let both of them play on the same team which put the other team at a very big disadvantage.
The overall price was fair. I liked that they were BYOP, but their air/CO2 refills were very expensive. Not a big deal if you're using large CO2 tanks, but HPA goes much quicker and is even more expensive to fill.
If you're close to this field, give them a try. In my opinion, it's a little pricey given the quality of the refs and the quality of the field...but you do get alot of play time (groups continuously going out) and can BYOP (on most days). My advice to the field (to increase my opinion) would be to motivate their refs, lower their air/CO2 costs, and make sure that they even out teams and keep a better eye on chronos.