After watching Anthony Bourdain’s segment on Las Vegas, this question has kind of been rumbling through my mind — what demographic SHOULD Vegas be targeting right now? Bourdain had harsh words to say the Electric Dance Music crowd. (Not that he has any room to call anybody else out for their douchbaggery, IMHO.) And the EDM business really isn’t my thing mostly because paying $50 to get into a packed club, then paying $1,000 or more for bottle service seems insane to me. Nevertheless, the trend seems to become stronger and stronger each year. And I’m not intending to start a flame war about lovers and haters of EDM. We all come to Vegas for our own reasons, we all have things we love about being there, and what makes it so great is that it offers such a wide variety of escapes for all of us. Obviously as gaming revenues decrease, properties are going to look to things the will make up the difference — and clubs are definitely one of those things. And by some counts, EDM accounts for [URL="http://www.vibe.com/article/clubs-vs-casinos-edm-beats-out-gambling-sin-city”]HALF OF REVENUE[/URL] these days. I say all that to say this — do you think, in the long run, that demographic is where Vegas should be focusing its energy? I came across [URL="http://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1595&context=thesesdissertations”]THIS RESEARCH[/URL] that indicates the focus should be on Baby Boomers. And while that makes complete sense to me, I also realize that Baby Boomers can't be the long-term future of Vegas and maybe the EDM “kids” are. What do you wish there was more of in Vegas and if you got your wish, would that affect how often you visited or how long you stayed and how much you spend?