I decided to put this subject in this section since my question pertains to all Buffets, not just the ones in Vegas. The price of a Buffet generally dictates what kinds of foods are offered. Buffets in the low and moderate price ranges usually have everyday basic dishes. Higher price Buffets have dishes that we normally don't eat except for special ocassions and celebrations. Higher priced Buffets also offer more variety of dishes than lower priced ones. Which leads to my question: Why do people think they need to "eat their money's worth" at these types of Buffets? I take this as they need to eat more than they normally would, and they end up uncomfortably full. The most distressing part is many plates go un-eaten and wasted in an effort to "eat their money's worth". Or some would eat like they normally would and feel cheated that they didn't "eat their money's worth". Wouldn't the Value of a high priced Buffet be in the ability for you to try a variety of dishes you wouldn't otherwise be able to if you were to order them individually at a restauraunt? An example would be King crab legs. At a restaurant this alone would be 30 to 40 dollars. At a Buffet like Bellagio and such the price of the Buffet is about that much and you get to try other dishes besides crab legs. I don't feel people have to eat a lot to enjoy the value of a high-priced Buffet. What do you think?