LOL, I think Prazak has the best job in the world, and I seriously doubt anyone in the business could do it better. But I see what you're saying, it can't be easy.
But I've actually got a question rather than newbie commentary.
To those who have attended - are there front row seats you would more recommend than others? I.E. I've heard there's a Joshi section, is that the one to the far left when you're looking at the photo? I'm going for front row seats and figuring out the rest later.
Is there anything that makes 36-55 more desirable than 21-35? Am I over looking 56-65? Or does nothing make one section of the front row more desirable than the others, and it's all basically a similar experience and value?
Where do the people who spat at Saraya sit? It would bother me to see that. Plus, I don't want any flashbacks to ECW when a kid I was there with did that to Taz, who jumped the guardrail and punched him in the face, earning us a "Na Na Na Na" chant and a chance to walk past the ring and pat the canvas on our way out the back.
Just my personal observations:
1-20 and 36-55 are physically closer to the ring, so that's a plus.
56-65 will have no cameramen in the way, which is a huge plus, and is why I always sit there.
I'm sure that Saraya spit is more urban myth than fact, in my opinion.