Although I'm not really a "clubby, boutique hotel" kind of guy, I have a special place in my heart for this particular location because I stayed at Sahara on my first ever trip to Las Vegas. And although it was an island, I really enjoyed it. I know SLS is a completely different type of hotel but I'm still hopeful that the main part of the Strip will eventually extend past Encore all the way down to the SLS corner. I personally define "main part of the Strip" as anywhere large numbers of visitors will regularly walk to from a previous hotel. At this point, I kind of consider that Mandalay Bay to Encore. Not a lot of "average" visitors made it down to Riviera, Circus Circus, or really past Encore or the Fashion Show Mall. Resorts World is a step in the right direction but that's a few years out, so how is SLS doing? Does it look like it could hold on long enough to eventually connect with the rest of the Strip, assuming Resorts World leads to more development between the two? Are people staying there? Playing there? Are they losing money? Running a successful business? I haven't been since before they opened and I likely won't be there any time soon to see first hand. Just curious.