Having recently got back from Vegas, I now have time to reflect on our dining experiences. We used the following freebies from MyVegas: MGM breakfast and dinner, Mandalay Baydinner, Red Rock breakfast, and Green Valley Ranch lunch. We also dined at the Mbuffet and Main Street Station. We are low-rollers that rarely dine at the high end buffets, but with MyVegas we did have a chance to do so. We were really looking forward to the breakfast buffet at MGM, having dined there a few years back. This time we were underwhelmed by it. We like to start the morning with some fresh fruit, but the selection was very meager. We have had better selection of fruit at some low end buffets such as Gold Coast or Orleans than at this place. The pastry selection was the same and in an unusual place. Instead of having it with the desserts which most places do, it was at the opposite end of the room, and again a very meager selection. Otherwise a very ordinary breakfast. We had been told that the weekend dinner at MGM was not to be missed so we tried this on a Saturday night. We were anticipating a long line due to the weekend and the time (around 7), but we walked right in which we thought rather strange. We were expecting a bigger selection of dishes, but what was there was good. We both tried the steak cooked to order and I had the prime rib which was very good. My wife had to settle for vinegar and oil from a bottle on her salad since there was no Italian dressing. If we had to pay for these 2 buffets, we would have been very upset. Since they were free we were just underwhelmed. Mandalay Bay's buffet was very good. We were very impressed with the huge selection and the quality of the food. We ate dinner here on a week day, and were told by another guest that the weekend selection is even better. Since it was a freebie it was a bonus, but I don't know if I would pay the $35 every time for this buffet. Red Rock's breakfast buffet was as usual outstanding and since it was a freebie even better. Even if we had to pay this place is a bargain. For a fraction of the cost of the MGM buffet this place beat it hands down. Plenty of fresh fruit and a very large selection. They had 2 omelette station available so there was no waiting. Lunch at Green Valley Ranch was OK in our opinion but we think that Red Rock is a better option. We had the "champagne" brunch at Main Street Station and as usual a very nice breakfast. We always like the nice airy atmosphere of the place. The only thing missing this time was the omelette chef that we always enjoyed was absent. Well worth the money. Our last night in Vegas we splurged and went to the M buffet. The $86 that we spent was well worth it and was the best dining experience of the entire trip. There were so many selections of fresh salads that I couldn't try them all. When I asked for a well slice of prime rib they grilled it for me. The opened crab legs seemed to be a big hit with many of the diners. The complimentary beer and wine as well as the Baileys coffee was a nice touch. The desert selection was great as well. We consider this even better than Ceasars. A must try!