As is probably clear by this, I like women's college softball. There's a different pace and strategy to it than with baseball. Lots of punching at the ball, and infield ground balls have a better chance of turning into hits, since the bases are much shorter. Also, men's college baseball is basically the same sport as the pros, but the quality -- while excellent -- is less, and there's a slower sense it. Slower pitching, slower running and such. Oddly, though the women's softball game isn't remotely on the same level as quality -- fielding is a bit shaky, by comparison, for example (in the Auburn-Florida State contest, the game was largely put away in the last inning when an Auburn single was misplayed by the FSU left fielder, and the ball bounced off her so far away that it allowed the batter to get to third base and ultimately score the winning run). But it's its own game, so you';re not comparing it to the major leagues. As a result, you appreciate it for its own sake.
What I also love is that the ballplayers, while skillful, also tend to serve as their own cheerleaders. It's always a hoot to what a team start to build a rally, and then the cameras will cut to the women in the dugout, and they're got their own choreographed cheer going on. You don't generally see that in the Major Leagues. Or men's college ball. Or pretty much anywhere else...
The one lacking is the broadcasting of the games. They're a bit limited in camera coverage -- it's okay, but not as full-fledged, and ESPN's announcers are not first tier. But they're lovers of the sports, and their appreciation tends to overcomes some humps.
They're nearing the last round, so most of the games are gone and done by this point, but there still a few more to go, and worth taking a look at, even if only for a few innings.