The layout fundamentals feature traditional wires with a long connected snake and an inline dorito wire with the now commonplace midfield stand-ups as playable lane blockers. For the first time that I've seen it the feature center prop is a giant A (that appears to have open space between the bases. Squared edges around the A's base will provide more cover that the standard X and should be be larger than any individual base of a Millennium style M.) Attacking the center of the field OTB is a viable option for the occasional change of pace breakout though I would expect attacking the snake side from the A to be more effective than the D-side. The center of the field can also be used to counter-attack. (More on that later.)
Okay, I cut a few corners in explaining some of the above details. If there are any follow-up or related questions post 'um up in comments and send them into the mailbag. Good luck and practice your gunfighting--it's gonna come in handy.