Since everyone else seems to be getting a response regarding their problems at games, I thought this would be a good way to finally get a response out of DCU. The problem: Seat hoppers/squatters in season ticket holder seats. I have two full season ticket packages in section 307 (VIP seating on the "quiet" side, at midfield), which I've held since 1997. (6 years - plus attending 1996 as a walkup) For that entire period, I've been forced to boot people out of my seats at almost every game. In addition, numerous other fans are forced to constantly kick squatters out of their seats before and during the game. I'm getting fed up with this for two reasons. First of all, I have supported this team for 7 years by purchasing high-priced seating, only to have seat-hoppers sitting in my seats, or elsewhere in that section. Apparently it's not a problem for someone to buy a $16 ticket, and sit wherever they want. Secondly, having people constantly moving around while they kick out seat-hoppers throughout the game often results in missing goals and big saves - the kind of thing I bought tickets to see in the first place. The seat-hoppers invariably stand around and force other fans to move so they can find new seats in the same section that they still don't belong in. The hoppers also tend to have friends swing by and squeeze in so they can enjoy the game too, again preventing paying fans from enjoying the game. Is it too much to ask for people to sit in the seats they were assigned? Is it too much to ask for DCU to show some respect to the fans who pay good money for decent seats by not taking advantage of them? In the last two games, they have started to check tickets at the portals. All this accomplishes is forcing the hoppers to walk from the endlines to the middle of the park using the walkway inside the stadium. Is is that difficult to grasp the concept of creating a perimiter between seating sections and checking anyone wanting to pass? I'm fed up with the situation, and do not plan on attending games in the future unless this problem is addressed. If seating is not going to be enforced, why not charge a single price for general admission? Before anyone accuses me of class-warfare, all I want is a fair ticketing and seating system at RFK. I believe you should pay for what you get. I know I could but the $16 tickets and move around at will - just because that evens the field, I don't think it makes it the right thing to do. I'm tired of being ripped off, and being told by DCU staffers at the games that the situation is being looked at. I've been more than patient about this crap, but my patience has finally run out. My message to DCU - stop taking advantage of the fans.