Every trip I seem to fall into the deception of other hotels looking closer than they are! So far we've usually walked, but, aside from being tired, it chews up a bunch of time that we could be doing something else. I wouldn't consider driving in Vegas as we really don't go off strip, but just looking for a better way to get around. We could do taxi's, but wonder how much time I'd be stuck in taxi lines and how much that would end up costing by the end of the trip. I have no issue with spending $$, but spending it just for transportation seems a bit of a downer! I'm thinking of checking out the monorail especially since I see it's one of the MyVegas rewards. Much of our time will likely be spent close to the Paris terminal, and would like to get to MGM and up to the Venetian (Quad/Linq terminal is closest for the mall and Venetian?). I'm wondering if anyone has bought a MyVegas pass before and if they found it actually saved time? Thanks for any insight!