Pinelands, Del, Roughneck, Campbell's, Manhunt, Picasso
Three fields to choose from and I've played them all.
1. The Rec field is spacious enough for larger groups and has a varied layout. Complete with trenches, hills, Trees, crates bunkers and other obstacles. Fun field for the beginer and rec player.
2. Outdoor speedball field is large enough to run 7 man or even 10 man. Varied bunker arrangements that are changed nearly every week. I'm not sure of the piece cound on the field, but it's gotta be over 20-25. Competition varies from week to week, beginers to tournament players, depending on tournament schedules.
3. Indoor speedball field is a small 3-5 man setup that is a lot of fun and keeps you on your toes. Short tight playing field that makes it hard to make those power moves, unless you are quick. Has some kinda wierd carpet that you can slide on that makes bunker slides easy. Decent amount of setup room and a bleacher area for spectators.
Over-all this field is my favorite because rain or shine you can play, due to the indoor and outdoor fields. Compressed air and CO2 fills available, and one of the most reasonable paint prices around (usually $45-$60 depending on paint quality) This field is up and coming , and has the potential to be one of the best fields around. I guess my opinion is kinda biased since I play there weekly...but then again I wouldn't be playing there if it sucked.