Just got back from my trip to Dallas and caught two Rangers/Blue Jays games there. Rangers Ballpark in Arlington was definitely a great stadium. It was big but had a homely feel to it. It was clean, and it was baseball, Texas-style.
In terms of the stadiums I've been to, Rangers Ballpark in Arlington is one of my favorites and there were so many good things about it. That being said, there were some things I DIDN'T like about it. Notably the scoreboard and that anything on the right field line was hindered from seeing all parts of the stadium. Also did not care for the food they had. But those were the only blips out of the whole thing. I enjoyed every second of my time in Texas and also got a souvenir with a Jose Bautista HR ball during batting practice.
What I liked about the stadium:
1. The inside view (lovely and might be the prettiest view I've seen in any ballpark yet)
2. The outside view (clean and the granite and the brick with the longorns and lone stars gave it a great design)
3. The variety of the souvenirs they had and the relatively low prices with them.
4. The concourses (big, clean, and wide)
5. The honoring of the classics like Ebbets Field, Tiger Stadium, Yankee Stadium, and Comiskey Park.
What I didn't care for with the stadium
1. The scoreboard (too high in RF and too small; and I miss the old manual scoreboard in LF)
2. The food (not tasty despite the large variety)
3. The 7th inning stretch (felt rushed a bit)
Overall I loved the parik. It ranks as the 4th best park I've been to out of 14 (only Camden Yards, Comerica, and Great American Ballpark I rate higher).