Impact Zone - Both fields are a lot of fun, with great staffs.
I somehow managed to spend about 9 hours at this field without realizing it. I arrived at 2:00pm and there weren't many people. We played some 2 vs 3, 1 on 1. Between 5 and 6 more people showed up and we ended up with some 8+ vs 8+ teams. There were all levels of players, and they have teams forming up for a tournaments.
The field is indoor the basement of a warehouse and its fast moving, door to door combat. The refs are always coming up with new games to play, and I was told that the field changes regularly. Because the field is in the basement, the actual field temperature is about in the 60s pretty much all year around.
The paint prices as address before are high compared to other fields I've played at, but in the 9 hours I played there I fired about 750 shots. You do not go through near as much paint as you would in woodsball or in speedball.
They have an onsite tech who is willing to fix just about any problem you may have with your marker. This includes taking them with him for repair, should it be required.
They are open until 11pm on weekends and because it is indoors it is open no matter what the weather.
I am certainly looking forward to going back to the Urban Warzone. It is a unique environment to play in. The shadows with the multicolored lighting makes it fairly easy to hide in nearly any color clothing. The people were friendly, and the play was intense.
There was one safety concern that when mentioned to the refs improved quickly. Some players have the habit of coming into the safety area without their barrel bags on or plugs in. Next time I play I will see if that has improved. Because of this concern the rating is an 8 instead of a 10.