Wondering what others think of a bit of "gaming" of CETs comp rooms. I'm a frequent (6-8 trips a year) Vegas visitor but not always a heavy gambler. We live in SoCal and on some trips really just go for the dining and entertainment. We always drop a few hundred bucks on these (weekend or long weekend) trips but not the normal $2-3k. Back in the day we were regulars at the Mirage and the Bellagio when Wynn was in charge and somehow gambled enough throughout the year to have a host who "managed" our relationship and had no trouble with us not gambling much every few trips. We moved over to the Wynn when it opened and initially things were similar but I think over time our play just wasn't sufficient for regular room comps. We then moved over to MLife what seems like a couple of years ago and initially got a few good offers but have never been able to get a decent flow of room comps. Finally moved over to Total Rewards and have noticed we regularly get room comps of SOME sort...but herein lies the question. It's obvious after our heavier play trips that we get much better room comps and after a lower play trip the comps tend to "degrade" a bit. I'm wondering if there is anything wrong with a strategy of booking a few trips when I have the better comps loaded so after I have a low play trip I've already got rooms booked for the next regular play trip? I've only recently tried to book more than one trip and it appears my room options stay the same even if I have multiple trips booked. I'm wondering if there are any long term implications. On another note, there's not much talk here about Wynn...I'd love to get back in their "graces" but probably not enough to really adjust my play.