I played in one of their $200 buy-in daily tournaments and placed 13th, unfortunately the turnout was low so only the top six places played. I ended up losing out on a bad beat to an eight-high flush to my shoved pocket jacks.
The card room is full of regulars, who all seem to know one another, but I'd put the skill levels as wide and varied. Most of the good players play a tight-aggressive style and are easily read, and there always seem to be a few wildcards.
I had the level of play figured out quickly, the cards just kept me short stacked for most of the tournament. If you are a decent player, you'll have no problem holding your own here.
Of the 6 dealers I dealt with, two of them definitely needed to improve. One announced the wrong winning hand, and took forever to true up chips after large hands, while another misdealt cards on more than one occassion.
Overall, the building is nice for a cardroom, the parking in plentiful, and most people were pleasant.