For anyone who follows the NBA or regularly watches ESPN, you've probably heard about the trendy "Mount Rushmore" topic in the last week or so. It started when Lebron James named, in his opinion, the top four basketball players of all time, aka the Mt. Rushmore of the NBA. This led to other current and former players giving their own Mt. Rushmores, and also to Mt. Rushmore lists for topics other than basketball (one of the more humorous variations I heard on the radio was the Mt. Rushmore of US monuments....is Mt. Rushmore on it?) So I started wondering about the Mt. Rushmore of Vegas hotels. Not necessarily which ones are merely the biggest or nicest, but the most important/iconic ones throughout history. Caesar's Palace, probably the most well-known among folks who otherwise aren't familiar with Vegas? MGM, which redefined the term "mega resort?" The Mirage, responsible for ushering in the modern era of Vegas? The Wynn, which has set the current bar for ultra luxury? Classics of years past, such as the Dunes and the Sands? A perennial favorite like the Bellagio? What's your Mount Rushmore of Las Vegas?