During my trip this past week I stopped by the SLS 2 separate nights to gamble. During my trips I played the following games: Baccarat, blackjack, and craps. I played both on the regular floor and also in the high limit area. I visited on both Tuesday and Wednesday. Lighting: I find the renovation they have done on the casino to leave it too dark and with an unfinished feeling. Black Ceilings, Black Table Felts, low lighting combine to make it feel dismal inside. On the opposite end of the spectrum is walking into the high limit area. High limit is very bright with bright red felts. Patrons: The crowd that occupies SLS is diverse. You can tell that some of the patrons fit the Cosmo/Wynn type of customer. You also have customers that came from Circus Circus. While nothing is wrong with this it creates an identity crisis. My view of patrons might be skewed just due to the lack of them. Staff: I was told dealers are quitting SLS in groups on a daily basis. They are just walking out. This was told to me by several dealers who have friends who went to deal there. I spoke with 3 dealers about where they came from prior to working at SLS and 2 came from Hard Rock Vegas and 1 came from a casino in Florida. The skill level of the dealers was adequate but nothing overwhelming. The only floor supervisor I spoke to was in the high limit area and while I think he had great intentions of being personable he made the experience a bit rough. I was playing blackjack and he was making a comment almost every hand. On a win he would be positive and on a loss he would be negative. I understand saying something once in a while or just chatting but commenting on every lossing hand just kinda rubs it in. Unless there is a dramatic change soon I have a very bad feeling about what is going to be the final result of SLS. During both of my trips there were more dealers than patrons. I am not sure what it is going to take to bring in more patrons but the present strategy is not working.