I have a trip coming up from Dec. 18-21. When I logged into Total Rewards, I saw a number of comps for "base model" rooms, if you will. I'm referring to Bally's Indigo Tower, Flamingo Fab room, Harrah's Classic, and PH Hollywood Hip. I wound up choosing PH, because I could handle the base model room if that's what I wind up with. I chose to accept a $30 a night charge for a larger Resort Room, if available at check in, so that my buddy and I can have an extra 110 square feet. The main reason I made this choice was, I can handle a base model PH room if there isn't an eStandby upgrade available. At Bally's, I don't like being shoved back into the Indigo Tower if they don't offer a Jubilee room. At Harrah's, I worry that the Classic rooms are really old and gross. And at Flamingo, I don't want to risk hearing high heels walking on those hardwood floors above me; I prefer the Go rooms. So I'm not sure that I want to risk an eStandby not being offered or not panning out at check in, and then being in desultory rooms that I don't want. At PH, I can live with the basic Hollywood Hip. I'm seeking guidance on how you're handling eStandby upgrades. Do you choose your comped room based on how you think you can max it out on eStandby? Are you taking a comp and screw the eStandby unless it's a nominal charge for a vastly better room? What's your stance on the issue?