I went to Raymond James stadium last year for a University of South Florida football game. Now having been to about a half dozen college football venues, you never know exactly what to expect, and the fact this was also a pro venue leads you to hope for more. I was impressed. We had what I thought were going to be lousy seats in the corner of the end zone on the first level, but amazingly these seats offered a good view of the entire field as well as a good sized scoreboard. Granted, the food and drinks were a bit pricey, but that seems to be pretty standard in stadiums these days. The facility was also very easy to get to, quick to get in, although security seemed to be pretty thorough, and simple to move around in. It wasnt one of those mazes in a maze in a maze that staiums often are. When it was time to leave after the game, police kept traffic moving well and we got into traffic and home in a short amount of time. Definately a facility I will visit again!