Skydive San Diego is under new management now. They have antiquated rental gear, and no demo gear. The smallest rig that they have for rental is a old vectra with a 190 main. They're motto says that they are The state-of-the-art skydiving facility of southern California. I guess they think that because instead of electricity they have solar panels. Nothing to do with the skydiving facilities which are antiquated also. I waited 2 hours for a fun jump load. 5 loads of tandems and students ahead of me, and I didn't feel welcome from some of the staff. It is close to San Diego which is a plus, but I think that the extra hours worth of driving to Elsinore or Perris is worth it if you are looking to enjoy your jumps.