There's nothing wrong, per se, with the home stadium of the Arizona Diamondbacks. But with all the intimate spring training stadiums scattered around Phoenix, a visit to Chase Field somehow doesn't measure up.
To start with, the stadium is huge. Capacity is over 50,000. The upper deck is very high up (but the views are still good).
I understand that summer baseball in Phoenix wouldn't be enjoyable without a roof and air-conditioning. But even when the roof is open, the place feels more like a giant arena or a football stadium than a baseball park. Especially when you compare it to the easy-going spring training experience.
With all that said, the stadium isn't a bad experience by any means. The concessions are reasonable enough for a pro sports facility. There are plenty of bathrooms. There aren't any obstructed seats that I know of. The team rarely sells out, or even comes close to filling all the seats. So you can probably move around a bit if you like.
For kids, there are two playgrounds and a batting practice area on the second level, at the very end of the left field line.
Doesn't have the same "baseball" feel as stadiums without a dome.