I saw the Indians hammer the Twins at Target Field yesterday (4/22). I sat nine rows up in the top deck ("Home Plate View") almost behind home plate, but did not seem so far above the action as in other stadiums, e.g. in a similar location in Yankee Stadium. The scoreboards and large replay board are modest by current standards, but very nice nonetheless. Chow is OK and average-priced. There are great views of downtown from most seats, and in general the park has a very good feel about it. Fans are amazingly polite and friendly--I did not hear a single off-color word all afternoon, quite a change from the NY experience. Congrats to the Twins on building a first class ballpark.
This was a one-day trip from NJ. I used mileage for a free flight, so the whole day cost me less than fifty bucks. Arrived in Minneapolis at 9:00, took light-rail ($ .75 for seniors!) to downtown, wandered around a bit, had a great pastrami sandwich at Brother's Deli in the Skyway along Sixth Street, then walked on the Skyway directly to Target Field. After the game, the light rail gets backed up, but the wait is only about about ten minutes, and they allowed anyone holding a Twins ticket to ride free. I flew back to NJ that evening, arriving home before midnight. I would encourage anyone attending a Twins game to use the light rail and avoid the downtown expensive parking and traffic snarl.