The comparison to USL Pro numbers is interesting. I personally think this year the number comparison will be more meaningful as both leagues will have full offseasons to market their teams. Last year the USL Pro was helped by new teams in Orlando (who had great numbers) and saw the return of the Hammerheads. I'll be interested to see if these teams can hold onto these attendance averages or even better - improve upon them. Rochester, to me, is a problem. Yes their numbers were higher than most NASL teams, but they are going down by 1-2K fans each year for the past few years. The Rhinos need to reverse this trend. I think the NASL will see modest increases in attendances with a full offseason. I look for Carolina, Minnesota, Ft. Lauderdale & the Rowdies to increase the most. FC Edmonton won't increase until they have a better venue IMO. I bet Atlanta stays flat but they were far better last year than I ever thought they would be. In the end, I hope both leagues improve attendance becasue as we've all heard on BS - attendance is what makes the most money for these minor league teams. Here's to hoping for a successful 2012 for both the NASL and USL Pro!