In reply to Toria350
The VIP party is worth it alone. SO many chances to interact with the cast and crew in a slightly more normal scenario. I remember walking up to Bruce and him being surprised to see me (we had met the past October before FunHaus was a thing when he and his fiance came down to Puerto Rico to an event I staffed).
Other than that, being able to go to the popular panels an hour early and have almost front row seats is a god send. The two autograph slots you have, The VIP lounge right next to the stage. Its honestly the best way to experience RTX if your ultimate goal is to meet the cast and crew and interact with them on a more personable level than just a quick selfie and the like.