Facility - Both shops are nice, Alpharetta is better. (9)
Safety/Rules - Safety is #1 at PBA. (10)
Prices – Pricey, but you get what you pay for, Field paint only is quality stuff, PMI. Season pass helps out a little. (8)
Fields (# and condition) – 8. Mostly speedball, with one woods. Usually don’t get a chance to play woodsball unless there is a huge group. All the fields are in great shape (8)
Staff - Super friendly. (9)
Refs - nice guys, did their jobs,(9)
The set up at PBA is great if you are more into Speedball. They have multiple fields for speedball, 1 mounds of dirt (which are hard on the knees for the big guys), 1 large field that has brush in the middle, and a woodsball field. They just put up a new field that is kind of like a castle field with a structure in the middle. I have played here a lot and only once played the woodsball field. Usually takes a pretty big group to make it to woodsball.
Paint prices are a little high at 80 per case, but you get quality paint. If you have a season pass you save $10, and sometimes offer free air. All other prices are reasonable.
There is no proshop at the field, but I am sure one of the guys can fix pretty much any problem you may encounter.
Plenty of seating in the staging area with some covered.
Overall I like PBA and give them a 8. If the paint were a tad cheaper I would definitely give them a 9. Nobody is perfect so a 10 is not possible.