A couple years ago I saw them put up a pre-fab apartment house in New Rochelle, NY. Each unit might have been the size of a double-wide, completely self contained. Seemed simple, at least from the sidealk across the street. About the same time I was at the Caesars pool, watching them put up the new Octavius(?) tower. Not exactly pre-fab but a melding of huge slabs of material. Toward the point. Some of the replies to my recent/current thread about e-craps, got me thinking Steve Wynnish. Seems like a lot of semi-serious craps players (and lots of slots players) would at least nibble at the e-version. Meanwhile, there are a growing number of attractive e-blackjack installations on the casino floors. If the odds on the e-versions were at least same as the tables, wouldn't there be a stampede? And wouldn't they be more profitable? After paying off the politicians, gaming appointees, union officials, etc., would there still be serious barriers to entry for a string of nicely appointed cocktail lounge/casinos with no dealers? Leaving a reduced number of Desert-Inn-style places for the grownups. I could go on, but the martinis I had for brunch are really kicking in.