Went to a pre season Giant game a few days ago, my first visit to the new Meadowlands Stadium. I'm a 16 year Giants season ticket holder. If Yankee stadium and Cowboy's stadium are worth $1 billion, someone pocketed ~$700-800 million in the building of this stadium. There's no way that this should be the most expensive stadium ever built. While it has some nice features and is an upgrade to the building it replaced, it's also grey, generic and lacking in vision (see Cowboys stadium for vision). Add to that the stratification they've added. Want to park anywhere near the stadium? Buy a $20,000 PSL. While it's understandable for there to be premium parking, the space set aside (~40%) seems way in excess of need. The much smaller premium lots at Giants stadium never filled up. If you have seats in the 300's, you'll find yourself significantly farther from the field and you'll have a much longer trip to your seats as you zigzag up multiple escalators. Gone is the one escalator to each level, except if you're in the tony 100's. Good thing the video screens have been much improved too as you'll be watching them more vs the tiny little guys moving around on that distant field. I don't think it's unintentional that you're routed past the suites and clubs as you trek to your seats either. Enjoy the nose rubbing. There are many more places to buy food, but you'll pay dearly for it as the prices have been jacked up significantly ($4.75 for a water or soda!). All in all, I'm having severe PSL buyers remorse. I'll go this season since it's paid for, but probably look to recoup my $3000 before next season. The funny thing is that this stadium was built primarily to keep up with the Jones as in Jerry and in building it, Jerry wins big time.