Audio, photos, and production by Scott LaPierre / Boston.com
This Red Sox ownership group has made some substantial changes to Fenway Park since taking the reins in 2002.

They started small, first adding two rows of seats along the first- and third-base lines beside the dugouts before the 2002 season. They went big in 2003, adding the highly sought after seats atop the Green Monster in left field. Before 2004, they added a roof deck over right field, complete with a bar, tables shaped like home plate, swivel chairs, and waiter service.

Before this season they undertook their biggest project of all, removing the enclosed .406 Club and adding open-air seats and the EMC Club behind home plate as part of a renovation of the entire upper level along the first- and third-base lines.

What does Red Sox Nation think of all of these changes? We spoke with fans in those sections on Opening Day at Fenway. Check out the audio slideshows to the left to hear fan reaction from each of the new sections and to experience all of the new views at the old ballpark.