Action is definitely a decent field, but it doesn't really stand out as really good or horrible to me. While I must admit that Allen is intimidating, a lot of the time his hostility is sarcastic. The guy likes to joke around a lot, and I like him. He helps out with your repairs if you get the courage to ask him. But I can't really say much for the rest of the staff. Most are very uptight about safety and barrel plugs and goggles, past the point of rudeness. But I learned to play on this field and adjusted quickly, so I don't run into problems with the refs, but I can see how a newcomer to Action would get freaked out and migh even get kicked out. You feel safe though, and know that you're probably not gonna get your eye shot out with all their extra precautions.
As far as the fields go, they tend to be extremely woodsball oriented. They don't really mix things up too much though, but there's lots of space so games last close to 20 minutes each time. There is also a make-shift speedball course that gets the job done, with a creek and ridge on each side to keep you on your toes. Then the infamous attack-and-defend round at the end usually leaves you with some cool welts and stories to show your friends at the end of the day.