I meant to post this yesterday but didn't get around to it. The Marlins released the graphic interactive 3D graphic view from the stadium seats.
You can give a look see here, it is kinda cool:
Now there are couple of things to keep in mind, if you are shopping for future season tickets. The first being: the Marlins will inhabit the third base dugout for every home game. The second is: this virtual rendition of your future seats may or may not be accurate once the project is completed.
Let's face it, the same company that forgot to included the bullpens in the Giant's stadium is the one who produced this look around the park. So it may change, but it should be close to what they are projecting.
In case you didn't know it, when the same architectural firm, who is designing the Marlins Stadium, let the players take a walk through of what is now known as AT&T park they commented on the beauty but did have one question. Where are the bullpens? They forgot to include them. Which is why the bullpens are on the field and are barely in foul territory today. In fact in last night's game, someone hit a fair ball into the pen that had the two pitchers who were warming up scrambling on the field of play to get out of the way.
Anyway, play with the interactive seating. If it stands as is, the sight lines look good.