I have not played at any other fields. Basically some friends wanted to play and they picked Executive at random.
When I got there I didn't think much of the place, the building is not kept up, they don't have a store. I'll simplify:
The Refs - they were very friendly and right on top of things during play
The Woods fields - Both are good, but I particularly like the large field, the terrain has a little of everything (downed trees, a stream, a couple wicked slopes and all around good cover)
The "Office" - Like I said, it appears as if the building is falling apart, the bathrooms were just unexeptable, and they don't have a store in case you need to buy a part or something.
Price of Paint - They only carry one type of pait and they mark up the prices by about $20 per case.
Air Fills - The NO2 fills were only filling to about 2000 psi, so pretty much after every game people were needing to get refilled.
Location - It is about 30-40min. off of I-90, so its kind of out there
The Village field: The field itself is good, but I feel the rules take away from it. They play if your in a building someone can knock on it and that counts a killing everyone inside. Now don't get me wrong, that's not that bad except if your not in a building you don't have much else for cover. Basically the rules seem to favor the attacking team rather than the defending team.
The Speedball field: I personally don't like speedball, however this field did have alot of areas to take cover.
The Alamo field: This is a great Idea, but again I feel the rules favor the attackers. If your inside, defending your not supposed to leave the building, so if an attacker can get up to the building, all he has to do is start firing through the window and the game is over. Also the did not allow people onto the second level, I believe due to the fact that they need to make repairs to it.
Overall It was alot of fun. I probably won't be going back due to the distance I have to travel (roughly 1 1/2 hours). Though if I lived closer I would definately go back, I really liked that woods field.