I've seen all this talk about how repelling the rule will cause Tiger Stadium to be overrun by rich snobs. That is far from the truth. No Tiger fans should be shut out. They may get moved around in the stadium but thats it. Look at it this way, there are people now who have seats in the upper decks or endzones who want to get seats in the gold chairbacks. They will be willing to pay alot more money to get them but since there are none open it cannot happen. As for the people already in the chairbacks, if they want to keep their seats they will have to pay the surcharge to keep them. It does not matter that they have had them since 1960. It is 2003 not 1960. If they cannot pay the money all is not lost. These people will not be shutout. They could probably afford seats elewhere in Tiger Stadium like the endzones. This ticket surcharge will not shut people out of getting tickets. In essence it will shuffle around people in Tiger Stadium. People in the lower bowl may have to move to the upper deck and visa versa. It might be nice to see a batch of younger bloods sitting in the chairbacks instead of the older fans. No offence to any person in the chairbacks right now, but those are the people who usually leave the game first in a blowout. It would be nice to see those seats filled for the entire game. Also there will be no $2,000 surcharges per seat. In ideas I've seen, the lower chairback would have a $600 surcharge between the 30's and $550 elsewhere. Most seats like the endzone would have only a $50 dollar surcharge and some would not carry one. Really the only seats with a huge charge would be the club seats and suites and they already carry this surcharge. This is a far cry from the $2000 people were griping about. At least learn the facts before you grip and complain.