I just went to SC Village again for one of my friend's birthday parties, and I must say, having been there five times, including this time, I'm impressed with the organization of SC village and the way they handle business; they want you to go out there, be safe, and have fun. The people who go are also more or less friendly on and off the field; on the field where they'll help you take objectives if you guys cooperate, and off the field where they'll sell you paint at a cheaper price because they're leaving early, or they'll give you pointers on playing or maintaining your marker, etc.
The refs are fair and very patient; one example is even when they get marked on PURPOSE, they don't call off the game, rather, they warn us and give us the incentive to give hell to anyone caught marking refs, which is a plus and after that the refs stayed nice and clean. Safety is a major concern because paintball is all "scenario," meaning they don't want people getting rifle-butted or doing anything that would do actual harm, other than shooting paintballs at other people, to others. "Biggest rule is 'masks on!'"
The maps are amazing, and I will tell you that if you have the chance, go to the map called "Somalia," it is my personal favorite because there is a lot of room for close quarters fighting, that and also I got the most kills on that field (7 to be exact!) Overall, the maps are creative, provides generous cover for the most part and fair (meaning if you win going one way because you're better, than you should be able to win from the other side as well based on skill alone), though there are some spots that give advantage to one side, which is good to have challenges anyway!
The prices are fair, but I HIGHLY recommend that you have your own gear (marker, hopper, barrel, pods, belt, air/CO2 tank, mask, etc...) otherwise it gets expensive coming back all the time and renting stuff. Plus, all that money spent on rentals, which is a 50/50 chance on it crapping out on you on the field (I'm sure this goes for all rentals anywhere), will sooner or later amount to a nice sum of money that could have gotten you a nice marker with a good barrel and other accessories you want to deck your marker out with. Conclusion: first time paintballers rent, if you like the sport and know you'll be back someday, get your own paintball kit because you'll enjoy it that much more (and oil your gun before use or it WILL crap out on you because the O-rings go dry; just put a few drops of oil into the air adapter, screw the CO2 tank on, fire a few blank rounds and the internals will be nice and sealed!)
I'm wasn't paid to write this, this field speaks for itself. If you're still skeptical, read the other reviews and you'll see they all agree with what I've just said. If you're REALLY skeptical, then go to SC yourself and try it out. I guarantee it will not disappoint (unless you go Sundays because people are at church and it's reserved for airsoft players)
Awesome place to go and the only place I can imagine going for anyone within a 50 mile radius of the park.