Historically, I have had no desire to move hotels during a Vegas trip. Didn't make sense to me to go through the motions and waste time. I guess I am still fighting that to a degree right now. My wife and I typically stay at Flamingo and booked a room there for 6 nights in July. Usually our trips are 5 nights, but I wanted to push it to one more day this time as our vacations have dried up this past year with a 13 mos. old dictating our life at the moment. Grandparents to the rescue will be watching her, so pushing out one more day makes sense to make the most of time away. So the split...how much time do you typically burn? A couple hours I imagine? Does it really dictate the "transition" day as to your activities? Been thinking about a south strip location to balance out the trip...3 at Flamingo (Go) and then maybe 3 somewhere south strip. We'll visit DT one day/night, but that's it. No desire to stay there hotel-wise. I floated the idea by the wife and she's wayyyyy too dollar value oriented (not cheap, but to her, anything above a decent place to sleep/shower/bowchickawow is overboard). Presented the spa suite at NYNY to her or the similar at MC, but she hemmed and hawed at it and didn't think the value was there for the dollar. Probably right compared to our current Go pricing. Still, the split seems like something I want to explore more. She's not against a split at all, either. She's also very anti-MGM from a visitor POV. I thought it'd be a nice place to stay with the pools and decent rooms, but she'd freak if she had to find me playing VP or a cheap slot in the a.m. after she gets ready (while I drink my coffee, playing). It's just TOO big for her liking. Any suggestions would be welcomed. Basically, no MGM, and probably no MB as its too far south for me personally.