Hey there everyone. Happy to see this thread still has life. I haven't posted here in a long while. How ya been? For those who have followed this thread since its inception, you'll remember me as a vocal anti-MetLife Stadium guy. I've written so much about the stadium issues and the parking fiascos that I can't do it any more. I even called the escalator company when they were building the stadium to try to get info on what was planned in order to report it here back in '09. I was pleased last week to hear Mike Francesa bash the stadium on the air - something I really hadn't heard before from him. Mike more or less said this stadium offers "nothing" and the Jets and Giants owners should be ashamed of themselves as compared to all the other newer buildings around the NFL. I thought it was an outrage that Goodell gave Marra/Tisch and Woody a Super Bowl as a reward for building that POS. Regarding the PSL's, I was "fortunate" to not be able to afford the PSL costs for the 6 seats I had from '84 to 2008. I opted for seats in the Upper Deck for a few years, gradually reducing from 6, to 4, to 3, to 2 seats, and then I gave them up entirely two years ago. I'm not congratulating myself for not buying - I would have had they been cheaper. We should have known the view from the upper deck was going to be bad when the seats were ABOVE the scoreboards. Still, we could live with that had there been any other amenities, OR an easy in and out to our seats. It's a bitch getting up there, and leaving. Worse than any other stadium I've been in, past or present. The design and lack of escalators should've led to a criminal indictment for the designers. Instead, they received awards. Anyway, I am no longer a STH, but I attend most of the games. I buy seats on-line, and have never paid above face value, not one time. Most times I pay less than what I was paying, and get to sit in better seats. I do overpay to get a parking pass, but the total costs are far less. If they do turn things around in a big way, I know that won't last, but I don't think we will ever see the day where it's difficult to get in. I do miss the feeling of "belonging" as a season ticket holder, but I see no reason to go back to it, as much as I still love attending games. So Double Zero, I am another that can attest that you can still go to all the games (except pre-season!) , sit in better seats, and not be a season ticket holder. Sometimes the parking pass can be a hassle, but not too bad. I say, do not do it.