Well, when my cousin had gotten a Nerve to match mine, we figured it would be a good idea to try a new field for a change. Last year when I lived in Michigan, I found this place on the web and thought it looked awesome. I can't think of many other cases than the experience I had here to say that you shouldn't judge a book by it's cover. First off, I showed up at the place and my impression was avereage. Alot of different fields, a small club house, and more than enough parking. Ok. Let's check out the fields. Maybe it was the wrong time of the year or something, but some they had only planned on using the speed ball field, none of the other ones had nets, and the grass was WAY over grown on the other courses that had no nets. To top it off, I couldn't pay any type of a fee to use my own paint. Now anyone who owns a Smart Parts gun will tell you you can't shoot low end paint through these. After hearing how the guy had said that I couldn't use my own paint, I left in disscust of his tone he was talking to me. All in all, I wouldn't recommend this course unless you're comfortable with using house paint and, from what I percieved, only playing speedball. If you want variety, look elsewhere. No Limits Action? Yeah, right.