GPS is required to find this place. You end up cutting though a residential area and then into the boonies a bit, but its worth it!
2 rec ball fields (one wooded, one open) - 10 out of 10
2 speed ball fields - N/A (I've never used them, but I've never heard anyone complain about them)
Prices - 10 out of 10 - $10 admission, $5 air (Cash and Credit accepted)
Paint quality - 10 out of 10 (even their lower end stuff is good)
Refs - 11 out of 10 - The refs are top notch and very conscious of safety
Refreshments - 7 out of 10 - The field sells hot dogs, drinks, and chips. Oh and they give out FREE FREEZE POPS!
Restrooms - 6 out of 10 - 2 well maintained portapotties (if you are familiar with Palm Bay permitting you'll understand why there are no true bathrooms)
Scenario game (their first) - 10 out of 10 - BETTER THAN WAYNE"S WORLD ST. VALENTINES MASSACRE!!!!!!
I recently went for their first scenario game. Pirates vs. Ninjas and I was floored by how professional and well run the scenario was. The game ran from 9:30am to about 6:15pm. The teams were fairly well balanced and efforts were made throughout the day to keep them closely matched. Almost every firefight had a ref nearby for paint checks, in fact it seemed like the refs could teleport considering how often I saw them :)
The mission system worked very well and often put both sides in positions for maximum action. Props were used often, but not to the point of being ridiculous. The text of each mission was funny, but fully understandable. The refs all seemed to know what the objectives were and how they were to be accomplished (radio communications between refs helped enormously).
Along with the normal scenario action, a drinking contest (water), sword fight, blind shoot, and a 5v5 hyperball game added extra flavor to the day.
The only negative I can think of was a slight issue concerning the distance the ninjas had to walk to get air, paint, etc, but that was solved within an hour of game start and worked better than I would've expected.