Yeah, this really doesn't make much sense. You go to Soldiers Field and ya gotta deal with the Park District. And they are gonna put the interests of their longest and most connected tenant -- a certain team, with a name that starts with Bear and ends in ssssssss -- first. And yes, I remember the days when the Fire played there. After the first game -- and despite having an exciting and competitive team -- attendance never passed that number. And the pitch was destroyed by the primary tenant during the fall. I think they ended up putting down sand that was painted green to fill in the divots. As said before, the second tenant don't control the concessions, so the team's take would be lessened. There's limited on-site parking that -- last time I parked there for an international match -- cost close to $50. And you had to deal with Chicago's finest traffic control (which is as bad as Bridgeview's). So if you gotta drive, you park away from N.S.F. and then walk. I've done it and, yeah, it's not bad -- unless it starts to rain (like after the home opener). Or you take public transit, which is a pain, especially if you live in the suburbs outside the CTA service zone. Yeah, it's great to take Metra (especially cause they've got restrooms in the train cars, which is quite important after a Fire game), unless you just miss the train leaving the station and have to wait an hour for the next one and then you hit every station on the way home, which takes another hour or more, depending on where you live, by which time you could've driven home. And if you got a super big stadium -- like N.S.F -- that means you really are gonna have a lot of available seats, so the ticket scarcity that a SSS can create -- provided you have a winning team -- doesn't materialize. And so the prices always stay low and you don't have fans trying to score season tickets to ensure they get in for all the games. There's no guarantee that just moving downtown will increase the attendance. Unless this is a temporary move while a new SSS is built in the city. And you still end up alienating the suburban fans. So I'm mystified that this is gonna work. Unless I'm missing something that hasn't yet been revealed. James, what am I missing?