Ok, I have been playing at special forces a long time. I know the refs well, and it is an awesome feild. Each map is very extensive and elaborate, and plenty big. I especially like the D-Day beach, but The Ravine and Hamburger Hill are also awesome.
-lots of fun
-most populare feild (lots of people show up for open play, which means large-scale pwnage)
-great for reserved games
-cheap food; .75 chips .50 pop 1.00 hot dogs
-free rentals of pod belts, masks, barrel plugs, and camo if you need anything, just ask the refs, they are cool and will give it to you for free.
-SF NEVER updates their website. The rules page has been "under construction" for 3 years now.
-Refs can be very lazy.
-Big Game needs more refs, so they hire inexperienced refs in the bulk. One hguy who was driving a re-deployment truck dropped them in completely the wrong spot next to 40 enemies, meaning they all got slaughtered as soon as they got out. they werent too happy about that.
-All the refs smoke and/or chew
THE BIG GAME
I have been to 3 Big Games at SF and each one has been awesome. There are 300 players in a big game, and it is a very smooth operation. Also, they have a huge raffle at the end, which is always worth staying for.
the open games are also a lot of fun, usualy weilding between 50-100 players, so the teams are big, and more fun. the admisson is $20, not too bad for 7 hours, and they do a good job with the open games.however, there needs to be more of them, there i susually only about 1 per month, instead fo most feilds having open play every saturday and sunday. Another downside about them never updating their website.