I'll be in Vegas for 5 nights on my upcoming trip. I like to see a show each night I'm in town. A little excessive maybe but it something I like to do to break things up and gives me something to look forward to doing each night. So far I've booked tickets to see Zarkana and Zumanity. I was hoping to go catch a Wranglers game again like I did last year but they aren't in town the week that I'm there and I don't think there are any other sporting events going on during the week (Dec 16-21) except maybe Rebels basketball but I'm not a basketball fan. So that means I'm looking for three shows to fill in the other nights. I'm looking to see shows that I haven't already previously seen but if need be I wouldn't mind seeing Mystere or Absinthe again but as a last resort. If I could get your opinions on the following ones that I'm considering. Also I'm open to suggestions. O - This is the one I thought for sure I was going to be seeing as I was going to use my points from MyVegas but then found out the week I'm there is blacked out. I do really want to see it but I'm trying to justify paying the increased prices for it especially after I assumed this was going to be comped. David Copperfield - I've been a fan since I was a kid and always looked forward to watching his TV specials. I think it would be great to see him in person. Majority of the reviews I've seen have been positive with the odd negative one saying that he looked like he was just going through the motions. Is it worth paying full rack rate for his show or would I be better off hitting Tix4Tonite knowing there's no gaurentee he'll even be offered. Terry Fattor - I've never seen a single episode of America's Got Talent so I'm not 100% familiar with him. I have seen a few clips so I've got an idea of what his act it like. Is he worth seeing? Is his act just singing and impersonations or does he do stand up with the puppets? Defending the Caveman - Not a show I see mentioned a lot. Seems to have some good reviews. As a single guy would I appreciate some of the humour? I know it's at the Improv at Harrah's, what's the seating like there? Tables and chairs? Le Reve - How does it really compare to CDS? Should I wait till I've seen O before I see it? Again I'm open to suggestions. A comedy club wouldn't be bad but I'm not into insult comics so Vinnie Favorito isn't really an option. How's Brad Garret's place? Social Distortion is also in town playing at HOB. While I'm not a huge fan it would be something different. One other thing I'm thinking of is heading downtown for an afternoon to do the Mob Museum. I was thinking I could stick around and hang out into the evening / night. For all the downtown experts are there any good entertainment options there? Thanks in advance!!