I am one who loves Gillette Stadium. However when attending a MLS match, it just seems as if nobody is even there. For Patriots games, international soccer matches and concerts, the place rocks. The Revolution draw around 15,000 on average or around there. I think building something similar to what is happening out in Chicago, would be terrific for this franchise. The Revs are still my team and I will follow them no matter where they play, but I realize that Gillette Stadium is just too big for them. Unless fans come out in droves and start filling up the place in the next couple of years, I think going the way of a soccer-specific-stadium is the right thing to do. You'll have a wonderful atmosphere at games and you'll drive up demand for tickets. In this market, a soccer-specific-stadium would be awsome and would do quite well.