Got to see the new T3 @ LAS this week, after flying in on AS. The flight was uneventful, but the taxi felt like one of the longest road trips I'd ever been on. In units of time, it was roughly 2 "forevers". I'm hoping I can get AS to credit me some extra miles for this trip. Needless to say, because of the long-haul, I did NOT tip the pilot. My first impressions of the "new" terminal: oooh...shiny! Cavernous. Empty. Wonder how many tens/hundreds of millions of dollars could've been trimmed from this. Limited moving walkways. That's just stupid. They still had a smoking area for slots players! Seeing as smoking has been banned indoors in many states, I was surprised to see that this was still here. After I got my bags, that's when the next adventure began - waiting for the intra-terminal shuttle. Multiple shuttles (mostly empty) to the rental car facility went by while I waited (15+m), as did 1 completely empty intra-terminal shuttle. Then a much too short shuttle bus arrived. It couldn't hold all of the people that were gathered at the stop by that point, so there was a bit of a scrum to get to the door and get on board. Fortunately I have pointy elbows, and I know right where to pop gray haired old ladies to make them drop like a stone, so I made it on board with little difficulty. Too many people crammed on the bus, so I don't know exactly how long it took to get back to T1, but it seemed like a very long ride (though it was made shorter by the Indy 500-inspired style of the shuttle driver). There were other strip shuttle options from T3 (I was looking for a specific company, so I didn't think to make notes on which companies did have shuttles here). So unless you are getting a *really* amazing deal from a company that only serves T1, I'd suggest just heading to the strip directly from T3. Overall, huge thumbs down to the new airport experience in Vegas.