Xcalibre-Very nice field, highly recommend it even with the drive. (9/10)
Quest for adventure-Needs upgrades big time and the service sucks (5/10)
Pag Outdoor- Not bad prices and fields but nothing super special (7/10)
Safety- Very good, they lay out the rules and enforce them very well.
Fields- Some good, some not so good, overall decent fields, but nothing really special, the normal speedball, bush, junkyard and town courses.
Prices- Very good prices as far and field fees and paint, think a case of the the field grade was around $75 a box. Pro shop is a bit steep on most stuff but not more so then any other paintball store in the area.
Staff- Very helpful with air fills chronoing, helping you move gear with quads, mules etc, some are a bit useless when checking players in their scenario games, but for every lazy ref there are 5 good ones so i cant complain to much :)
Proshop- A very good selection of guns, gear, parts, etc as well as a gun tech service when your marker up and dies half way through the day :( Very good for a field that size, best i have seen yet.
Facility- The facility is very nice, they have covered picnic tables to lay your gear on, they have air fill stations everywhere so you dont have to walk to far, they have firepits and barbeques i belive, aswell as a consession that was serving hotdogs, hamburgers, pop, chips etc. Top notch facility extras that really make a day of paintballing that much more enjoyable.
Overall a very nice field one of the few that i would actually recommend to people, they could a few more interesting courses, but they are always improving and changing their fields so im sure given the time they will come up with something, Truely an elite field that makes you wonder why you ever played on some other fields. :)