So I've already signed up online for MLife, so I can pick up my card right when I arrive during my upcoming trip. I know MLife covers all of MGM's properties and that's a pretty wide swath of different casinos on different parts of the strip. I also know TR covers another pretty wide swath of properties, so between the 2, a good chunk of the Strip is covered. I'm a low roller (comfortable enough at $25/hand on BJ, with minimums on the pass/come w/ max(ish) odds on those bets on craps) and I don't expect much. I'm mainly hoping for decent offers on rooms to make coming back relatively affordable (for me). If I get a little more (like comped resort fees, a bit of F&B or a bit of FP), that's great, but I won't chase comps and I know I don't deserve much beyond that. But my questions are: 1) Are the rest of the properties (for the most part) covered by a property-specific program? Or is there another program out there that would cover another large chunk of places? 2) Is it worth signing up at all these places even if you don't intend on playing there much (just stopping in for a bit while hopping, etc)? Even if there's some intro reward for sign up? Or is it just another card that makes my wallet look worse than it already does? 3) I know for a player like me, it makes sense to concentrate your play--not only on one program, but generally at one property to get offers for that property...so should I just sign up for everything and then once I find something I like, just focus on my play with that program? The reason I ask is I'd like to start going semi-regularly (perhaps once or twice a year) but I'd also like to try to pick different places to stay to see what I like. (I didn't pick the Grand for this trip--I'm just following my sis and BIL...but I'm not mad or unhappy about it and may end up really liking it...but I think it'd be interesting and fun to try, say, MB or even PH on my next trip--I can tolerate room rates that don't require me to go to Excali but the Wynn and Bellagio are out of reach--so places like the Grand are good for me, rate-wise). Assuming the Wizards survey is reasonably current, the MGM actually has some of the best BJ rules that fit my play (S17, DA2, DAS, RSA, Surr) but other places either only give the more favorable rules at a level I'm not yet really comfortable (or honestly, can afford) or places offer ok but not very good rules. (And I know this is negligible...really a 0.28% game isn't that different from a 0.45% game when I'm going to lose long term anyway...but if I can get good rules at a place I like, that's ideal, right?) Sorry...this turned out to be waaay longer than I intended, but I hope you are patient enough to read it and understand what I'm thinking and asking. As always, I really appreciate everyone's input and tips.