Sucklack has sapped not only the fanbase of the Dallas Burn, but it may steer ownership into a deeper scrimp-and-save mode relative to salaries. The initial theory of moving to Sucklack was to save on expenses and learn how to run a similar model of a Frisco stadium, concessions, and market, but... Will it make any difference to the team that takes the field come Frisco 2005? If the resulting poor numbers of the Dragon 2003 season are carried over to forecasts for 2004, would it make sense to make as many further cutbacks so Frisco will be a fresh start? Is the Frisco project so innovative and new to the Frisco market that they'll invest in MLS no matter what the salaries are for the players? Is the Frisco market discriminating enough to care about the quality of play that takes the field come 2005? Surely HSG knows that most of the veterans aren't thrilled about the prospect of playing at Sucklack one more season.. How feasible is it to dump all the veterans and field a minimum salaried team?