I have gone several times now just for the live range, I haven't been to the simulation range but plan on doing so.
The range is well run. When you walk in to the store, the person at the font stops you and wire tie's your pistol bag. You have to watch a safety video if you haven't been before. The waiting area has huge leather seats that I wouldn't mind taking home.
There is a two door entry to keep the noise inside the range, the two doors can not be open at the same time. Once in the range, there are usually two or three range masters who are helpful but no nonsense, which is fine with me.
The targets are on a very high tech electronic system which sends the targets out to the distance you program for them, then bring them back.
The sites are separated by bullet resistant glass and metal, so you feel pretty safe.
The only downside for me is no black powder guns allowed.