Safety: Good execution of safety by both staff and players. One of the guys in our group even called out "Barrel Sleeve" and stopped another player he saw up ahead attempting to exit without one. Most of the younger generations may feel that refs/players are being rude by "calling them out," but safety is paramount to not only the players, but the game in general. One accidental discharge, and the whole fun atmosphere changes. So again, great execution for looking out for one another and keeping the sport behind the nets and keeping a strong safety record elsewhere.
Fields: These were fun. I was pleased with the variety. Surprisingly, and being a woodsball player, I had a lot of fun at the speedball area.
Hours of Operation: See Website. I know that if players are present and having fun and the staff does not mind...the games can extend the closing time.
Prices: Fair. The paint was fresh!
Rules: Simple and not a big deal once you learn them. Keep barrel sleeves on at ALL times while outside of net/gaming areas. Have your tanks inspected prior to fills (an added Safety bonus that I noticed and appreciated. - Each tank must be inspected prior to fills) - Be friendly to fellow players and have a good time.
Staff: Great staff. The ladies we encountered were very polite and cordial and we met some great people there.
If I had a suggestion or mild complaint, it would be that the refs be more proactive with having the "eliminated players" call "HIT" or "I'M OUT" and walk out with HANDS HELD HIGH! - Reason: Multiple times, the opposing force had been completely eliminated and I had doubled back around and was shooting my own teammates because the game had not been called "over" and when people would get "tagged" they would simply walk off - rather than CALL OUT. Just a small thing, but it definately helps clarifiy how may opposition forces are left in the game.
Some extended waits between games every now and again, but pretty typical.
Facilities: Nice and Isolated. You find it once, and you've got it. Grounds were nice. Plenty of parking, and I'm pretty sure I smelled pizza.