Just spent the whole weekend scrimming XSV on this layout. I like it alot, it leaves you alot of options for different breakouts. The snake side is deffinetely the push side, the doritos are hard to bumb up. First team with 2 in the U wins 80% of the time. Once you clean up the field the a,b and c bunkers are hard to close out, most of the games only had 1 minute or less remaining on the clock. Should be a good field for spectators as it provides for alot of action on the snake side. I think they picked the right field.
if you get far up the dorrito side you can kill the snake. if you lane the snake off the break its easy to run the dorritos. snake side doesn't completely dominate, but it is very key and must be pushed. generally who can control the U has the better chance of winning, but it doesn't guarantee it.