Well, after my first season -- really, my first couple months -- as a Wizards fan, I'm ready to be a season ticket holder. So, the question is... How good are the Cauldron seats? Why is the Cauldron relegated to the corner? To better interact with scoring celbrations or taunt opposing keepers? Does the angle kill the view or the sense of depth perception? I assume a lot of the people in the Cauldron have season GA tickets. I could go that route. I'd love to be out there chanting with the rowdies. Problem is, I also love studying the game. You could often find me in one of the first few rows along the midfield line, mesmorized. Being in the center of it all, within spitting distance of the bench is awesome too. I could always opt to run over to the Cauldron for some games, but it seems to be a sort of community that you have to stick with. I have no idea as I'm an outsider. I do know that you guys have a lot of fun in there and get props from the team. So, season ticket holders, what do you do? The game from field level midfield vs the corner -- how does it compare? What should I do?