Got lost trying to wade my way through the archives and kept getting distracted by TRs, etc. But my question is this: I'm looking for a home hotel to concentrate my play in. Normally I go to Reno but this year Vegas has been growing on me so I've been spreading my play between various mlife casinos (staying at various ones to compare rooms), the Orleans (family is from hawaii and thus loves boyd), and V/P (notorious early "hook" comp rooms). My thinking is the 2 factors are personal preference and level of play, as far as getting the most "bang for my buck". I like suites i.e. vdara, V/P but don't need them. My standard game is blackjack at $30-$150/hand along with dabbling in the other table games, as well as video poker in the general $1 max bet/hand range. Bankroll's about $1k/day, which along with my bets place me somewhere in the low-mid roller range. Now what I'm looking for is advice on a casino that will treat me well in the. longterm, as I continue to ramp up play. I don't expect a host or anything at my level but would appreciate free rooms at a minimum, with f/b, free play a bonus. I'm thinking NYNY or MGM level would probably be better bets. Anyway, I'd appreciate any advice and previous experiences on this matter. I'm not averse to CET properties but my general impression is that theyre not as nice.