now that TAF's push for tickets had has unfortunately been killed, LSU will search for new ways to find the money it needs to remain competitive in the SEC. Based on what I have been told, LSU will slap a surcharge on the tickets. So instead of TAF getting the revenue from PSL's - it will be LSU. Which complicates the process with as to how those funds will be spent. So now we will see if those folks who were aginst TAF getting the money were really against TAF getting the money - or were they really looking out for thier own pocketbook. I suspect they werelooking out for thier own pocketbooks. What folks need to remember - most of the people who have good seats in TS are those who have inherited tickets from ages ago. And many of these people do not have just 4 seats - they have, like 50. And they broker those tickets. Big companies (ie fat cats) have large blocks of tickets, yet contribute little to LSU besides the cost of admission. And the best part about the new surcharge? TAF members who purchase their tickets thru TAF will not have to pay the additional surcharge! Our contribution to TAF will pay the surcharge. A couple of things will happen, I hope. The long-standing tradition of having a few people control large blocks of tickets will be broken and folks who have been rowing the financial boat for LSU will get to sit in the prime seats (folks like me). OR - that tradition will not be broken and those folks will step up to the plate and pay the ticket surcharge. Either way, LSU wins - which makes me happy.