In the interest of full disclosure, I am going to state that this review is coming from a former member of the roster-- one that tried to leave quietly after numerous negative experiences with the owner, as a matter of fact, but I will get to that in a moment.
Now, I am not saying that the fed itself is bad; the site design is simple and intuitive, and the majority of the out-of-character scene is relatively pleasant. While the results formats jumped around some in my time there, any changes that were made were consistently implemented. It wasn't the highest quality writing around on a grammatical front, but it was pretty good despite this fact.
The issue comes with how the owner, Nick, treats anyone that dares to offer up constructive criticism, or even questions why he books as he does.
A prime example of this is how the handler that got me into the game, Kaji Fireson, was pretty well treated like garbage by Nick and the rest of his staff when he pointed out and criticized them for rather forcibly harassing their roster for feedback. Obviously, seeing someone I am close to treated that way did not sit well-- so I attempted to privately settle the matter, something that wound up with Nick doing positively nothing to apologize for mistreating Kaji, his focus instead staying on the rather small matter of a member of staff assuming that I and Kaji are the same person. (Again, in the interest of full disclosure; we live together, so our IP addresses match since we both use the wifi.) I wasn't horribly thrilled, but I let it slide, wanting to give them the chance to redeem themselves.
The character that I played there, Rachel Tanner, is a sarcastic face with one notable, distinctive quirk; she gives her opponents nicknames of varying levels of endearment or insult. A segment was written by a member of staff where they attempted to have her give the tag-team she was supposed to be feuding with a nickname... that was nowhere near what she would have said. I PMed Nick about the error, and asked him to please not do that in the future-- he responded reasonably and politely, an experience that I would never have the pleasure of repeating. Of course, when the next show rolls around... it happened again. By then, I decided to just roll my eyes at how such a simple request could not be followed, and just no-sell it from then on. Relatively minor issue, right?
Well, what came next was the last straw.
Throughout an entire cycle, NEXTWAVE (the team comprised of Rachel and her husband, Adrian) were supposed to be set up to face the reigning tag-team champions (Stone and Chaos-- forgive me, but I do not recall their name) at the next pay-per-view. Throughout that time, Rachel's interaction with said tag champions were... as a background character in segments, while Adrian was booked against them multiple times, be it in singles matches or tag-team matches with someone other than Rachel as his partner. I, personally, did not understand why Nick chose to go about this, so I again PMed him politely asking if he could explain what was going on so that I'd get it. His response was condescending and rude, and put me off from wanting to write there anymore.
I attempted to leave quietly, with my partner, via no-showing the pay-per-view. It was hardly the best way of doing so, but considering how Nick has responded to anything that is not blind rear-end-kissing with anger and condescension, I figured that it would be better to just avoid that altogether. His response was to harass Adrian's handler via PM on another forum, telling me that I made the right decision.
So to sum up; a fed that could be quite great... is tainted, quite a bit, by the owner. As such, I cannot recommend PW with a clear conscience.