The server has potential to be good, the foundations for a smooth and interesting server are there - but in its current state the administration and staff team is sub-par at best, and it permeates into the enjoyment of everyone on the server. How can I be sure my time spent on the server is well invested? Who wants to play on a server with cheaters?
+Good FPS serverwide
+Trader prices are different
-Restrictive building rules
-Gunships are available for an extremely high price, which means that the proper counters to them don't exist very often. (This in turn means an unbalanced server, just because you can take out the pilot in a gunship with a .50 does not mean the .50 is a viable counter to that ordnance) To make the situation worse, radar is enabled on them.
1) Remove the gunships and tanks altogether
2) Make the counters to gunships and tanks more common, perhaps purchased in the trader (it should be noted that gunships and tanks should not be treated as a counter to themselves, in this scenario things get clusterfucky)
Obviously if you have to tell people to rate the server positive to mask the bad ratings something isn't correct.
Just because an admin has to log into their admin account to have access to tools literally does not mean they can't still abuse. Obviously if you were a rouge admin you wouldn't want to get caught red handed outright. If you do not pay your admins to administrate the server, that means they are not impartial to the job, therefore abuse happens pretty regularly, as being an admin isn't really a paid job anyway.
You can have the most pure intentions in the world, but those intentions don't mean shit if action isn't taken.
Ill change my review in time if the server cleans up its act.
Edit: Turns out the abuse goes all the way up the fucking chain of command: the server is rotten to the core. Admin abuse will continue to happen, and they recently pulled the "Its our server" card in defense of the proof. In the following picture, Lonely was founded to be abusing admin powers and was "Suspended" from the moderator position. Apparently, this didn't happen - and it was only said to shut us up about it, even though they provided proof of their own that it abuse did indeed happen.
Steer clear if you want a long-term home.