It might seem like a minor problem to those who weren't there, but I WAS there and am still feeling cheated. The official GameDay program for Saturday night's game was sold out approximately two hours before kickoff when the gates opened. I was there 75 minutes before the game started and there were only about 10,000 people in the stadium, if that. I checked at several vending stations and they all had the same story: People lined up and bought the programs ($5 each) 10, 20 at a time. They already were on eBay that night, and are continuing to sell at $40-$50 apiece. It never occurred to me there would be a run on these things and perhaps I should have been more aware of this possibility. On the other hand, the Giants should've instructed vendors to sell no more than two per person, and could have had more printed to fill anticipated demand. Suffice to say that most people who wanted a program as a keepsake from this game went without because of a greedy few. And of course, there were those -- like my buddy -- who just wanted one simply so he could identify who was on the field! The league needs to look into preventing crap like this. As a side note: The same thing happened with Sunday's edition of the Boston Herald, which had the poster of Moss's second scoring catch as the front page. I was lucky enough to grab a copy when I hit town. Later in the day I went back to get one for a friend and it was soldout everywhere, going for $10 on eBay.