Trying to think of the last time a casino/hotel opened up that wasn't trying to go "upscale" one way or another. I think of places on the Strip, Downtown and "off-strip" and I have a hard time thinking of one. Every time a place remodels or gets imploded/replaced, it is always with a something that wants to appeal to the high end gambler. Even the most recent off-strip places seem to be higher end. Now, obviously, any new place is going to have some buzz and be able to charge a bit more and that's understandable. But it seems like every place has decided they want to compete with the Wynn, even when that is laughable. In every other business I can think of, you always have new entries competing in all segments of the market. Would a mid-level property with moderate room rates, good values in food and beverage and fair gaming have no chance? Or is it just greed? What's funny is how many of these places have failed so badly that they are practically giving away rooms to anyone who spends a few hours gambling. Anyone else with any thoughts?