This board has been GREAT on advice, so hopefully some of the host-assigned veterans can help with this... I've always had great comps on Mlife promos, to the point I've never acted on a host card when I received them. (I know hosts are busy, and while I bring in enough play to make me attractive to casinos, I don't feel it merits monopolizing a host's time.) I received a generous promo at a new property, and I was assigned a host. We haven't had a ton of interaction, but enough that I've been impressed with her, as she knows I'm a moderate player (not a whale), yet she still has been very gracious and generous on the room (she had a say in what type of room), comps and attentiveness. I'd like to bring her a "thank you" gift...not something to generate future comps, just something to say "I appreciate you." I don't need any extras beyond the promo and am super low-maintenance. What is a respectable "thank you" gift from a low maintenance guest? I am leery on wine because it's so subjective, and some don't drink. (Plus a host probably gets MUCH better bottles from higher rollers than what I buy, even on a splurge!) Is giving something like a decent-sized high-end box of hand-made chocolates (not made by me, but a local artisan like Moonstruck, etc., it'd be sealed of course), a small gift basket, etc. ok? Again, my goal is NOT to garner future comps, I just want her to know I appreciated her help. Thank you!