So here you are. You have just proved the point I'm about to make: Suppose a second supporters section were to form when the new stadium opens. The current one is an $18 or $20 section, right? The new one will be on the sideline that the cameras face in the first twelve or fifteen rows and fifteen yards wide on each side of the half-line. Seats there will be $30 with the condition that fans sitting there must participate in chants and songs. There will also be a very strict no profanity rule. See, frankly, the crazy bouncing stand at RFK create a great visual and a very good batch of noise. Section eight will automatically gain a reputation as the section that is a little more coarse, and those of us who want to swear loudly can have a place free of little kids or nuns. Meanwhile, the broadcasters could be located on the same side as this other section, and more crowd noise could be picked up. There would be plenty of times that the two sections would be in perfect sinc. Other times they might have competing cheers or chants that have responses. Or rounds and stuff. Anyway, my point is that it might be good for business to have two supporters sections who each love the club, but sort of resent each other a bit. Like democrats and republicans watching the olympics together. More fans will come out if there is more atmosphere. And there should be noise from the sideline as well as the endline. People like to support, but they love to oppose. A second, more family friendly supporters section with higher prices and better seats (but a better deal overall, as far as the view and the price) will generate a rivalry that will make section eight grow to a huge level. That's my guess. Do you agree?