I played here a few weeks ago. I first arrived and went into the store. The store was pretty well rounded with a little of everything there that you needed. The staff was friendly enough and was helpful they helped me get my new marker set up.
When I went out to the field they had one urban type field with wooden bunkers and a few wooden buildings. I had a lot of fun on this field the layout was even. It kept the games fast, entertaining, and competitive enough. Other than that field I only saw and played on one airball field or xball field I am not sure what the proper name for it is. I went out there and played with a scenario marker which was surprisingly fun. The field felt small (but I like to play in the woods and city type fields) and the blow up bunkers seemed like they werent filled up all the way (this was my first time on one of these fields but the pics of other and vids I have seen the condition of the blowup bunkers seemed low overall in comparrison and I was able to push into them really far it seemed) but they got the job done.
Overall I liked this field the only downfall was the price. For the two fields available, the field fee and air fee are seperate and ended up being $30 for all day air and play. The other fields I have been too have been in the $20 to $25 range with a lot more variety in play. If the prices were comparable I would definately play here more often.