just got this from the powers that be: Dear D.C. United Planholder, We would like to update all of our loyal fans with the most recent information from the D.C. Sports and Entertainment Commission with regard to Major League Baseball coming to RFK Stadium next April and how this will affect the seating areas for D.C. United matches. While details on the exact seating manifest have not yet been completely finalized, we now have a better idea of which sections will be affected by this new baseball/soccer configuration at RFK.** Based on recent conversations with the Sports Commission, it is expected that we will retain the majority of our sideline seating. The old rail-based system originally installed at RFK that supports the stands opposite the team benches (East side of the stadium) is going to be re-activated to once again make that part of the stadium movable, and capable of being re-positioned from a baseball configuration to a soccer configuration in a relatively short turnaround time.** The re-activation of that rail system will allow D.C. United to continue to offer prime sideline seating to our fans. The use of the rail system however will mean the loss of a sizeable number of seats behind the North goal.** Additionally there will be some smaller areas affected by other conversion issues.** We will be contacting planholders directly regarding these affected areas to arrange for alternative seating for the 2005 season. Again, this is preliminary information with exact details expected from the Sports Commission over the next few weeks.** We will send out another notice with final definitive information as soon as details are confirmed and we will contact you directly if your seats are in affected areas. Additionally, we continue to meet with the Sports Commission and the stadium project managers to determine a final solution for converting the baseball infield for our matches.** We will pass on information related to these plans as they come further into focus. We hope to make these next couple of seasons with our co-tenants, the Washington Nationals, as pleasurable as possible for our fans. We value your continued support and looked forward to seeing you again at RFK Stadium in 2005.** Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns regarding the baseball/soccer seating issue and we will help to answer them accordingly.** Thank you. Sincerely, The Management of D.C. United good for the bouncers, bad for the TP tossers, but what are the "smaller areas affected by other conversion issues" ... anyone been contacted re: this?