I sit in Club Ledge. The view is similar to the third level end zone view, with a moderately improved involvement with the game. Technically, it's easier to see the build up of plays than a sideline view, and there are really no portions of the ice that I can't see, but I would also say that any scramble in front of the far net, you might as well watch the overhead screen because it's just a mass of people. The fact that you have a nice swivel seat, plenty of room left and right, a bar table in front of you to hold your food and drinks, and easy in/out to the bar and restrooms are the big sellers. The "free meal" is always a pulled pork sandwich, a top round (kinda of like prime rib filet) sandwich, or a lukewarm premade wrap in aluminum foil for no particular reason. You get two drink vouchers, which can be redeemed for beer or soda, but not any mixed drinks or liquor. The monitors in the table are, for some reason, offset from my seat, and have a dreadful view from an angle, so for me they just take up good table space. The big negative is that a lot of parents think that the tables make great activity centers for their family, so they get Club Ledge seats and bring kids who spend most of their time complaining about not having anything to do, or teens complaining about bad wifi/data service. Not much different than the business/vacation chatter in Champions Club or Club Center Ice, I guess.