IMO it would be worth queuing just for a bit for the RS. I said this once before and I think someone disagreed with me (I never really understood why) but I think being at the back of RS would be horrible, especially for the amount of money that you pay to be in there, because you paid it to be near to Katy, but at the back of RS the only time she will be near you is when she will be at that very front part of the stage in which case she'll be facing the other side of the arena and have her back to you.
I think if you want to be in the RS you definitely don't want to be at the back of it.
welp. i like ur thinking. logic rocks my socks, hehehehehe! i'll just add on, tho, that I've heard some inside scoop and the choice of where to be in RS is not as "black and white" as it may seem at first.
All depends on how long she spends on the main stage or the catwalk. I'm personally going to try for a mid-way point on the barrier... hopefully.
I get this feeling to be anywhere around the edge of the construction would perhaps be more desirable than to by all means wanting to be one of those few out of a few hundred who can possibly be in the first row at front - which may as well turn out not even the best place to be in.
I think I'm very privileged to be in the RS at all, and it will be a fantastic experience whereever within it I'll be.
Everybody who's there is rather privileged, and rather than to spoil one's anticipation of it by worrying about not getting one's money's worth I find it better to just relax and enjoy the show when it comes. I also believe that being at the front row doesn't bring a kind of frequent 'contact' with Katy, that's - the way I understood it - not at all what she meant when she talked about being 'in' the audience.