I just moved to Denver Metro from New England, where paintball is everywhere. It took me a bit of searching to find the field, but I'm glad I did. After reading through the other reviews about this and other fields, I decided PBA was the field to check out. It also helps that I ran into Joe in my apartment complex while testing out some of my gear. Joe has been working at the field every weekend for the past 8 years. I got this feeling from most of the people who work there, as well.
The staff all encourage good sportsmanship, and above all, safety. Field disputes are immediately resolved with the ref's decision always in favor of fair play. The games are run smoothly with no interruptions of play barring an accident. I played with the other walk-ons, I first went solo then brought a buddy the other times I went. All times I went there were at least 40 players total for the walk-ons.
The paint was normal priced, and it works decently enough for my DM4. I even bust out my pistol every now and then and find plenty of targets with it. Most of the game are timed reincarnation games so I find myself running out of pistol ammo.
I guess they have open play airball fields too but I don't play that much anymore, so I can't review that part of the field. The walk-on games are fun and if anyone starts talking smack the refs immediately shoot them down, no one wants a poser or a lamer.
This is a great field and I don't think I need to check out any other. You can buy a season pass to save money and help support a great group of paintballers.
I don't work for the field or any other affiliation, I'm just a hardcore paintballer who appreciates a very well run field. This field is a magnificient field and if you paintball in the Denver area, you must check it out, hands down.