Ok I get the table players sticking with mlife---great properties, superior gaming rules, reasonable minimums, and I've had decent service at table games. Also their major competitor CET treats table players like lepers so mlife is the place to be. But for video poker and slot players I can't see why anyone would play at MGM's properties over CET's. Combine the "specialty" slot stuff I've read about, and at least for video poker, deteriorating pay tables, and I could more easily get a drink in the Mojave than on the slot floor of these MGM's. Why are slot players sticking with say Bellagio/Aria rather than switching to P.Ho or Caesars? Or for that matter Wynn or Palazzo. They require pretty high table play but it seems like they treat slot players well. I still read about a lot of people giving the love to mlife, is that just table players?