Hermit 5pts Thank you Eric. Don't get me wrong, I was a die hard Bronco fan since the 70's, and I was lucky enough to enjoy 10 seasons as a season ticket holder. I saw John Elway's last victory in Mile High stadium when the Broncos beat the Jets. I remember Pat Bowlen promising the fans that we wouldn't have to pay more to watch the Broncos in the old Mile High stadium, but he lied. After the Broncos won the first Superbowl, we ended up paying about $10 a game more before anyone set foot in Invesco Field.As a fan who has experienced both the old Mile High and the Invesco Field atmospheres, IMHO the new facility sucked the soul out of 'Mile High Magic'. That place is nice and new, but it is dead as a mausoleum. The old creaky Mile High stadium had a history, it had a sense of place and it was paid for. The new Invesco Field is just bogus. It priced the old south standers out of their tickets for a seat instead of a bench and a cup holder, oh can't forget the cup holders they get for that extra $10. Our seats got moved up from the bottom of the 4th level (almost the top of the 3rd level) to the new 3rd level, comparable to the old 5th level at old Mile High to accomdate the new Club Level for rich people to sip latte's and eat quiche (it cost extra for a 'seat license', so you better be rich to sit there)I could go on and on. So, yeah, I still watch the Broncos on TV and talk to my uncle about the game or whatnot, but I am way over Bronco Mania, they lost me when they took away the Mile High Magic and sold out for a Mile High Mausoleum.