It's a good facility. But as a home fan, you tend to feel like an away fan - you just can't escape the feeling of being on RU/enemy territory, be it in the ground itself or the surrounding area.
That's the thing that saddens me. The Harlequins hook-up was one of the more inspired things to come out of professional RL in London, hooking onto a massive London brand in a good stadium and giving RL a proper, long-term home they could plan against. What killed it at birth though was the rugby league people treating the deal as if it were treachery of unimaginable depths. I heard far too many people say they weren't going to a game there because of "I'm not giving my money to that union filth" or similar, usually with harsher language.
Now, the Broncos are going to be homeless unless they can find somewhere to go. They're treated as a blocker club by the ambitious Championship clubs and as a guaranteed one for the 2015 drop by almost everyone else.