That is exactly right. Not to mention in the next two years, all but one team(DC) will be playing in a stadium where they alone control all the revenue. When the MLS started in 1996 they were 10 teams playing in NFL stadiums, paying ridiculous leases to play in those NFL stadiums and saw little to no game day revenue from concessions or parking. In 2012 there will 19 teams with 16 of them playing in soccer stadiums built for them. That is pretty darn impressive for a league that is only in it's 15th season.