I went to the event on Saturday. It was a pretty solid time. After you sign-in, a sales guy from the Legends Marketing group takes you into the Pub to sit down and discuss options and price points. The gentlemen I dealt with was named David. He was extremely helpful and really patient with me during the whole process (which obviously he should be since I'm buying ticket, but it was still appreciated).
From there, you go into the stadium and get to sit in the seats to get an idea how the view will be. Interesting note about the seat selection, they don't offer all the seats for each plan (meaning if you want a 5-game plan, certain seats are reserved only for 10-game plans or season tickets). I thought it was very beneficial to be able to sit in the seats and determine whether I liked the view. The 3d seat viewer is useful, but it has its limitations. Nothing beats the ability to actually sit in the seats and decide whether they will work for you. After I picked my seats for a 5-game plan, we walked into the club and sat down with someone who I imagine was a direct member of the RBNY sales staff. They ran my credit card, printed my receipt, and I was done. Very quick process. No up-sell, no pushing of 10-game seats or season tickets. Also, one thing I noticed that was different from the first year at RBA, there were no added "processing fees". $19 per seat, two 5-game plans, $190 flat. All weekend games, with only one I believe having an afternoon start (2:30PM, IIRC) The added benefit of coming to the event was they waived the fee for the membership card. Great deal.
After the paperwork was completed, they brought me downstairs to see the locker room and the away locker room. I must say, they really need to do something more with that locker room and the "players lounge". It's terribly drab, and based upon the pictures of SKC's home locker-room, the RBNY home locker room is minor league. I also got to see that away team locker rooms, my God. They are worse then some high school locker rooms I've seen. I get you don't want your opponent to feel at home, but this was crazy (at least for my expectations). Also, the word is the sod should be laid down by the end of the month from what I've heard. So about a good month to set before the home opener.
The conclusion? I enjoyed this past Saturday's event, and I cannot wait for the home opener and the season to come!