So I was intrigued at the presser today when Underwood referenced (~47:00 mark) upcoming "renovation" project for Nissan stadium. I keep wondering why on earth would ownership appear to d be so cavalier regarding PSL holder satisfaction. The only description I could find of upcoming projects included a complete seat replacement and concrete seal restoration project at $15M over the next two years. Funding derived from a $1 per $3 from ticket "sales tax". Metro is on the hook by contract for the rest. Nissan Stadium getting $15M seat replacement I can see where ownership gains a bit of leverage in regards to lease renegotiations if ticket sales are down. Also, new PSL holders are required to pay a $1500/seat fee for the privilege of buying that seat's season tickets. Long time PSL holders prevent new capital inflow from this revenue source. That is the only business sense I can make out of the owners disregard for keeping current PSL holders satisfied. The hope/confidence that when a long time PSL leaves a new one will come in its place and they can receive the origination fee.