Hi folks, New poster, but I've been reading the boards for some time. Thought I'd get your advice on whether I should get a host. I'm not a slot player (every once in a while, I'll play to get rid of some bad juju) -- mostly just craps and blackjack. I bounce around casinos but prefer to stick to the mLife properties -- in fact, just hit mLife Platinum. I usually travel with 2-4 friends (not always the same friends) -- the suites that I've booked have helped me rack up TCs, though I'd say 60% of my TCs is from gambling. I've stayed at MGM and Mandalay, and have gambled considerably at those two places in addition to Luxor (where I will never actually stay -- I was just bored one day and ended up losing $2K at their craps tables and have been bombarded with marketing offers ever since). I usually bring in a bankroll of $6-8K. My last trip was to MGM, where I played $50-100/hand blackjack (more on the $50 side), and my craps average bet is somewhere between $150-200 per hand/roll/what have you. (Usually bet pass-line minimum, odds, place the inside for about $25-30/pop, and occasionally make a field bet for $25 or buy the 4 and 10 for $25. I also do $5 hardways on the even-numbered points, $10 on the C&E for the come-out roll (almost like an insurance policy) and always, always, always put $5 on a hardway for the dealers when there's an even-numbered point, with the occasional $10 C&E for the dealers if there's a dry spell of even points. I think this has helped my craps rating considerably.) I guess my question is -- does my play make me eligible for a casino host or make it worth his/her time? I ask because a floor manager suggested that I get a host -- I was playing $100/hand BJ at the time. For some frame of reference, my last trip was the first time I ever bothered calling Casino VIP to get comps on the back-end -- I got two of three nights comped in a Tower One Bedroom Suite. How do I go about finding a casino host? Should I just pick someone off the table games list at MGM? Thanks for your help. Sorry for the long read.