Miller Park had a much different vibe than the first four stadiums I've visited. First off, it felt more secluded from the city than other Midwest stadiums. While I grew up attending games at a stadium in the middle of a residential neighborhood, I don't see this seclusion as a bad thing. The massive parking lots around the stadium accommodated a huge amount of tailgating and the atmosphere was electric. There was lots of grilled meat, drinks, music and games.
The stadium has two defining features: its retractable roof and huge panel windows along the upper deck. Together, these bring uncommon light patterns to the field and provide unique sight lines for fans. The covered areas behind the seats where concession and contest booths were located seemed to stay crowded yet navigable the entire game. The stadium was spacious and I could not find a bad seat in the house.
Final Score: Cubs 8, Brewers 0