Here is a good view of the bernabeu with those barriers . I think its better to build steep and include the berriers than sticking to the 34degree rule. I think the perfect senario for a new stadium for lfc would be as follows.
The Kop = One big tier with rows and seats bunched as closely together as legally possible for increased capacity and atmosphere. The heartbeat of the stadium.
The rest of the stadium =
1st tier = 34degrees. around 50 rows with the top 15 for Premium seeting. Fans who can pay extra for premium seats wont feel like they are seperated from the crowd. Hospitalty boxes at the top of the first tier.
2nd tier= executive boxes with a small number of seats outside. Maybe 5 - 10 rows with big comfy seats and legroom (very expensive).
3rd tier = Really steep ,( maybe not 45degrees) 40degrees to maximise height. 35-40 rows tight together. Cheap seats allowing familys and teenagers to attend games. Get the young generation excited and then when they are older they continue coming to games and probably wanting to get closer to the action.
Also another idea i had when thinking how to maximise match goers is for the club ,to buy a small ship(big boat)to sail from Dublin to Liverpool every matchday. Very basic, with a few decks full of seats for about between 5k-10k fans. this would allow more season tickets to be sold and broaden the fanbase for the future. The following in Ireland is huge and most fans never get to travell over for matches because of ticketing and transport issues.
Most fans chose to follow the same team as their father so the fanbase will always be strong in Ireland , but we have to take advantage of being port cities and get good system in place so that, If young kids who are starting to play football see their friends going to the Liverpool match with their Dad's then there is a good chance they will want to tag along and will become a liverpool fan. In 50 years Ireland would be predominantly Liverpool fans.
Please feel free to scrutinise my plans because i'm sick with flu and have tunnel vision.