I play mostly up North
For being only a couple months old I think Warplay Paintball has great potential. The fields are in effect.... excellent. More of them would be nice but I know they are still expanding. You can tell they put alot of thought and hard work into how they did the fields and to any old dog like me who grew up playing woodsball... well its excellent. I can't wait to see what new fields they come out with.
The Staff is very friendly. I used to ref, used to play in tourneys and have been around when it comes to fields and in my opinion the Refs and staff are great. They care about how much fun you're having and most importantly about your safety. If you have kids I would definitely suggest this place. If you don't have kids... I'd still suggest Warplay.
The rules are about the same as any other field when it comes to conduct and etiqutte. They don't have a "No blind-firing rule" which I don't really agree with but thats why people need to use common sense when they play. There are some fields where close shooting happens so if you're sensitive about that... sit out a game.
The facilities are pretty scarce for now. A tank station, tables, tents etc. Thats ok however because who needs alot of crap outside the fields. They have a port-o-john. What else do you need?
As for pricing.... I come from PA and for anyone who knows how much it costs to play paintball up here then you understand how affordable Warplay is. You can buy their paint or bring your own (for a small fee). You pay for all day fills and admission. But as long as paint is cheap in cost but not in quality then you're golden. When at Skirmish PA people pay $100 a case and $50 for a scenario entrance fee then it makes Warplay look like a pretty good alternative. Hell, most places up North don't let you bring your own paint. (Thats how fields really make money).
Overall I rate Warplay a 9/10 overall for now. But since it is so young in existence I really look forward to seeing what else they add to the experience.