The saw about building the stadium for postseason refers to field dimensions. Attendance comes from building stands and amenities for fans for the entire season, not just regionals, nole/scUM an big SEC games. When there is good regular attendance, the big games will be full. Sully's winning is the most important factor, but there are bugs to be worked out at the new place, but I think it will go well. The first season when the Mac was built averaged under 1000. I see parking as the #1 long term issue, but general admission seating needs to be better. Sitting on the berm is a nice idea for kids, but not for frequent fans. There are plenty of options for future seating development, including a student zone. Students haveve never been big on baseball and are propotionately weak supporters in every sport. Rather than Uber, they have a free bus system to the ballpark. Finally, comparing regional hosts is a decent opportunity to point out UF has better shade than nearly every other stadium. I'm certain some people who actually attend games complain about shade, but given that there are so few games where shade matters- five this year, including regional- I assume many gripes come from others. FWIW the argument is moot for 20-50 years.