Large, multiple tv's, and new quality tables.
Mostly locals, so you get somewhat tougher competition and a few more average players that think their pros. I played 2-4 and most players were average. Most played poor starting hands and sometimes got lucky and hit. I saw the typical senerio, when one whinny guy complained about losing to an inside straight on the river (even though the winner also had two over cards as well), and was extatic when he sucked out with a full house on the river to beat a flush and straight-he also played 2-5 off suit).
All were good. There were not talkative but took control of the game which I prefer.
Better than average in all areas.
They are a little rude, but it's OK because it's so organized there. There was a list of 20 people that only took about 15 minutes to get through. There was one local who was kind of a jerk, and I guess he lost 1 hour of time when he moved his seat. The manager was firm but nice. The player was such a jerk and the manager remained professional-that was impressive.