“I don’t say this about very much, but I think we were at the front of the train on that issue,” Adams told reporters. “I could see it down the track and I think we will end up with something that I think the fans feel better about. We may never get anything that the fans feel perfectly happy about.
“One of my major concerns all along has been that I didn’t think we were paying enough attention to the fans who foot the bills for all this. I think that realization is beginning to come home.”
Make no mistake, if the fans prefer this method, it's just a lucky byproduct. Adams, and the rest of the people running these shows, are doing it for one thing, and one thing only. More money.