Well, I went to game 2 at this place and my opinion remains the same: Spectacular disappointment. The bad this time: There are no signs indicating where the escalators are once you are already inside on a concourse, so we had a hell of a time finding and escalator/elevator up, to get to 301 from the lower concourse. Finally asked for help, and when told where we needed to go for either, I opted for an elevator since I hadn't seen one yet and were curious. Well, we found it. Then we were told we couldn't use it while other suite holders walked in front of us and were allowed on. I argued that a previous stadium worker directed us there, ticket location notwithstanding. No matter. We had to find the next escalator which was MetLife Corner - we wound up entering the stadium at midfield visitors side and entered the third tier in the opposite end zone. Frustrating, and I thought I knew what I was doing in there. I'm still pissed off about the ads occupying the sides of the replay boards. Looks like shit, is unnecessary, and removes the "wow" factor these corner boards may have had. It disgusts me. Also, the ribbon boards are for nothing but advertising which also is sad, disgusting, and disappointing. I recall one Jets only graphic treatment on them the entire game. Let's face it - we paid for expensive scoreboards that they erected solely to sell ads. Minor parking complaint - parked in 26 in the corner exit near the opening in the fence towards the walkway and Izod arena, but after the game they wouldn't allow us back in the same way. They made us walk in where the cars were exiting, causing us to go past where our car was, and double back. Extra pain in the ass. Ok, the good: Paid a lot for them, but enjoyed two quality beers - a Brooklyn Lager and a Murphy's Stout, which was a surprise since bars don't normally have that. Also, went for the pork Roll and cheese sandwich which was good. What's with the Pepper and Egg sandwich? Anyone try one?