First off, I want to start by congratulating the city of Indianapolis on being awarded the duties of hosting Super Bowl XLVI. From looking at the webcams tonight (which are periodicly updated throughout the day), Lucas Oil Stadium looks like it's complete:
Which brings me to my next point: Should the Super Bowl even be played in the city of Indianapolis? It's a retractable roof stadium, which will ensure that a winner will be decided trhough a game of football and not whoever can stay warm the longest in a freezing outdoor climate, but they would not be able to hold many outdoor events around the Super Bowl. On the reverse, football's supposed to be an outdoor game, so playing in snowy weather is part of the game.