Love this quote from Ben7021. "...never saw a crowd quite like that." That should send chills down the spines of anyone outside of Orlando who hopes to have a MLS team in their city one day. I'm not trying to sound mean. But our brothers in Tampa and South Florida need to step it up a little. The reason is, of course, the supporters groups. The big two groups constantly try to out-do each other. There are new groups popping up in different sections before every game. They're competing with each other. The big two could, in mass, go down to the concourse for food while the smaller groups easily keep the noise level up above what is normally heard at most D2, D3 stadiums. It's all a little disorganized but it's fun as hell to be in the middle of. The attendance numbers WILL be great next year in Orlando. Bet on it. What we need is the FOs of all three Florida teams to work together, schedule some friendlies (maybe a real Ponce de Leon Cup of some sort), and build the same kind of rivalry they have in the North West. This is what will bring Top Flight Soccer back to the Sunshine State.