I started queuing at 13:30. Right on time for a dry spot, it's wet before and after. It was raining all day long. There was a steward directing us to the right place to queue. I see some male fans going alone too.
Half an hour before outside doors opens, I went to a toilet in car pack and return on time back on my spot in the queue. And the indoor queue starts next to the toilets for a hour. I heard the indoor queue can be short time like few minutes at other concerts.
RS tickets were traded in for wristbands and I walked straight in the RS. The stage is designed to attract the crowd to the point of the triangle. There is plenty room in RS to walk around, you can buy drinks in the foyer and return to your spot. RS was like 30 cm from the stage, conveyor belts, there is no room for security between it. Standing is at normal distance with security behind the barriers.
The show is great, the music is more electronic and louder for going all the way. I touched her hand and she grabbed my hand back. There is so much to seen and there are times I'm watching her back. My London standing ticket is still useful to see her from the front.
I uploaded some pictures: