Short background - I have been going to the Beau in Biloxi 3-4 times a year for the past 3 years. I always get comp rooms FP and my ECs cover my meals. After many years of getting offers for Vegas I take them up on it. Three nights, tickets to a show and $150 FP. It is my bad timing to book just before the Mlife changes. I am not a big shot gambler but gamble all day. Mainly slots but also craps and BJ (not enough to count). I gamble about 6-8 hrs a day, usually dollar slots. I arrive last Fri at the Mirage for 4 nights (3 comp 1 @ casino rate) and pay $80/night for an upgrade to penthouse. I had one of my worst runs of luck ever. It's Monday afternoon and after gambling my heart out I have a whopping $40 in ECs! Between the change from 1 for every $3 instead of $2 and changing everything to a specialty slot I felt really beat up. I figured either my ECs or any of my stake I didn't lose would cover at least my food. Not even close. So I decide to stop in at the host desk to see if they could cut me some slack on the room. They may not, but it never hurts to ask. So I explain to her that the effects of new program were more than I imagined and is there anything she could do to ease my pain. She looks up my acct and instead of saying a simple I'm sorry there is nothing I can do she tells me that I did not put in the minimum 3k a day and she would not have even given me the comp room. She said I was very lucky to get what I had. That very well may have been true but it really ticked me off. They sent me the offer, I didn't ask for it. I put in at least $1500 a day,went from the zero pts to over 40k in this one trip. I expected the new program to give less than I would normally earn but I was shocked at how little ECs I earned. I felt the host was rubbing salt in the wound. I am far from destitute and can afford paying for the trip but was shocked at her attitude. Do you think I took it too personally or was her "you're lucky you got what you did" attitude uncalled for?