As said before, pump all the way. The One Truth Of Paintball still stands : A break is a break, and it only takes one to get an elimination.
I find it requires more movement, better shooting accuracy, and far, far more emphasis on taking good
shots rather than laying paint on a barricade in hopes that someone looks out at the wrong moment.
Not to mention that playing with your own money instead of Mommy and Daddy's means that dumping a case or two of paint in an afternoon just isn't happening.
Something that makes me sad watching rec speedball where I play is just how piss-poor ramping electros make players. Round after round of teams who take one bunker then drop 4-600 balls per person at each other in hopes of a lucky elimination. Not my style at all.