Curious what experienced individuals have to say about this. Obviously, if one has a strong history of play with a particular Total Rewards casino or a longstanding relationship with a particular host, it would color their experience but I am thinking more in a general sense. Obviously, the higher end properties such as Caesars or Cromwell would likely provide more amenities but are also likely to attract more Diamond players. On the other hand, the lower level properties like Harrahs or Rio would not be as appealing overall but might be more likely to value such players because they don't see as many. Have heard that complimentary upgrades are fairly common for Diamond players and would assume they would also be more available at a lower level property. Is that true? A separate check-in area is apparently available everywhere but do some properties offer a better experience? Most also have a Diamond Lounge but are some better than others and are some so popular that you would end up waiting for access? Diamond (even Platinum) seems to allow you to skip most lines but are there hotels where Diamond status gets you other perks that might be property specific. Just to be clear: I am aware that the quality of my room offers are going to be based almost exclusively on my ADT and not on my card status. I think I am also aware of most of the specific perks ($100 dinner, free monthly shows, etc.) that you get with Diamond status. I will also say that I am pretty indifferent to perks related to hotel spas or to the quality of the hotel's pools as I am not a pool or spa guy. Hope this doesn't come off as just another "What do I get for Diamond" thread as there have been several of those already this year. It is more along the lines of what property has seemed to most value your stay and your play. A bit vague but I know some of you will get what I mean. Thanks in advance.