I'm right there with you. I've never had season tix myself. In the early days because I simply couldn't afford them. Now, because I can think of about 100 better things to do with that money. I'm pretty conservative with my money so when I dish out $200+ for single-game tickets, another $50 or so for beer/concessions, $20 to park, another $20 or so in gas, plus deal with all that traffic JUST to watch my team lay down like they have done so many times the past few years.. well, I can't even begin to explain how much it pisses me off. So I just can't bring myself to commit to doing that 8 times per year, up front. As you said, we've been a mediocre franchise for the most part. There have been some bright spots along the way. But it's really not even so much about season records. It's about how this franchise for so long just seemed content to sit back and collect the fans cash. All those years plugging along with Fisher there at the end when it was abundantly clear he had become too stubborn for his own good and the team wasn't responding to him anymore. Then we have a complete sham of a "new head coach search" and hire an in-house position coach. This past offseason is honestly the first time in a long time I've felt we REALLY went out of our way to try to improve our team and make a run. And look what's happened. It's worked out pretty well so far despite two tough losses to good teams. I'm not saying we have to go out and spend $100 million every offseason. And I don't expect every season to be a winning one. But just show me that you're legitimately doing your best to win. And that goes for Bud all the way down to the 53rd man on the roster.