Most fields in CT, but matt's has the biggest turnouts and best fields.
The good things are the air fills up to 4500psi, paint prices, the airball field and tire field, lots of people show up, and you get to play alot of games in a day.
The only bad thing is the snow.
From my experience I can say that this is one of the best places to play in all of CT.
Prospect paintball. I thought the fields at Matts were better laid out, and the service was more thorough.
Matt's Outback is a fantastic place for paintball players of all skill level. My first game of paintball ever was using a rental Tippmann 98 at Matt's, and it was an awesome experience. Ever since i've been using their two locations (Coventry and Cromwell) almost exclusively. Here's the rundown-
Rentals: Tippmann 98s, come with all day Co2 and 500 paintballs. The price is very reasonable and they are happy to exchange your gun if it's not working for whatever reason (All the one's i've seen on the field have functioned fine, though)
Prices: Co2 refills are a little cheaper than other fields in the area, 2-5 bucks depending on the tank size. HPA is free. The walk-on fee of $10 is very reasonable when you consider that you're buying lunch (usually hotdogs and hamburgers) and soda with it. The paint prices are AWESOME. I believe its -50 for field paint, and -60 for a case of Blaze, which beats the pants off of some other fields i've been at.
Fields: Here's where it really counts, i guess. Matt's at Coventry has a sup air field, a HUGE tire field (my personal favorite) with bunkers made out of large tractor tires, and a very long woods field. The woods field has several two-story bunkers which are a blast to use. The other location, in Cromwell, has a Supair field featuring the only enormous inflatable dinosaur bunker i've ever seen, a speedball field with wooden bunkers, and a woods field. All their fields are well laid out with clear boundaries, and are tons of fun to play on.
Service is good, people are usually willing to help you with any technical problems you may have free of charge.
All in all, i would definately reccommend checking out Matts.