I have played on another field called Spraypaint, b/c there is only like two in miami. I consider spraypaint to be a cheaper deal.
OK, to start off I think the wide variety of choices concerning types of paintball < Woodsball, Speedball, Hyperball, Lego, Air> is pretty cool. I believe this is like the only field in Miami that has all these put together, so that's a plus. Now, the negatives < a lot of them>... First of all, when you go to Ruff n' Tuff you have to pay for your entrance which is like 10 bucks, you cant argue with that. But, if you play at their field you also HAVE to pay for their paint and the paint isn't cheap. The paint is like 60 bucks a case. Where at SprayPaint you pay 10 or 15 bucks an entrance and the paint is cheaper, but they are not that strict on you HAVING their paint. The paint at SprayPaint is like 45 bucks a case. Second of all, I played one round of hyperball at Ruff n' Tuff and there was a mishap where the ref. started the count off <3...2...1..GO!> and after he said that he just left the freaking field like nothing and we are all screaming out so and so is out... so and so is out and there was not a single ref. to help out. I mean, c'mon a ref's job isn't just saying 3,2,1 you actually have to stay there and observe. So the reffing I give a 2 out of 10... < I cant believe I am even giving them a 2>. Lastly, they had recently played around with the Lego field and divided it in half. I don't see what the point of that was, b/c I went to go play on one half of the Lego field, while another team was playing on the other half... And right when I'm about to enter, the guy is like " No, you cant play on the other half b/c the people on this half will get confused". I thought to myself, "What was the point of dividing it if people are going to get confused???" So that was just a " Very Smart Idea ". I cant complain with the store or the people that work inside. I mean, the store is pretty cool. I f you have a problem with your gun, most of the time they can fix it. As for air filling, when you pay for entrance, they give you a little wristband with 5 snatch-off's. Those 5 snatch-off's are used for how many times you use the air. So if you run out of those 5, then you will have to pay another 5 bucks to get another 5 snatch-off's. Where at SP you have unlimited air < AWESOME!>. As for the area next to the store where you get the air, the people there are friendly MOST of the time. If I had to give Ruff n' Tuff a score from 1-10, I would give it a 5.