I almost thought about starting a new thread here since I have so many questions, but I think this is still the appropriate thread, so here goes... My wife and I typically go to Vegas 1-2 per year and have done so for the past 5 years. We play almost exclusively at CET properties and we do also get to the Joliet and/or Hammond properties once every year. Ultimately, we do enough to pretty much always have 4 nights comped at Flamingo/Ballys/Harrahs. I typically reach Platinum level (barely) each year. To this point, I have been happy with that and have never really looked any further into comps. In preparation for my upcoming trip in 3 weeks, I decided to look further into whether or not anything else may be available. In researching this, I think I have come up with more questions than answers. First, I am seeing acronyms such as RFB and RFL--what do these mean? Secondly, when speaking of ADT, Theo, coin-in, etc., is this just referring to what you actually put in out of your pocket? For example, if I put $100 into a slot at the start of my trip and manage to play for hours on end without having to put more money in (I know, funny joke, right?), I would be putting on a lot of points. However, I have only actually risked $100. How is this viewed? Finally, I see people talking about getting food and beverage comps. Is this strictly talking about the practice of charging food and beverage to your room and (hopefully) having it taken off the bill at the end of the stay? Or, are people actually getting vouchers during their stay to use? Also, I assume that when referring to "comps" people are talking to free things they are getting above and beyond what they are using Reward Credits (or Express Credits, I believe, for mLife), correct? I guess in the past I had always assumed that these credits were an automated way of replacing the "old school" comp system and these credits WERE the comps (in addition to the reduced/comped room rates when booking my next trip online). I do have some more questions, but perhaps some of the follow-up responses will address those since they are along the same lines as what I've already asked. Thanks in advance.