When I go to Vegas, I go with my wife and mother in law. We religiously stay at The Mirage (though do want to check out the Bellagio in the future). I'm generally very happy with The Mirage, but the baccarat setup confuses me. Even on slowest days/times, the minimum is $25/hand. That would be fine if I was playing by myself, but with the three of us we're looking at $75/hand. I know years ago they would have $15 during the slow days, but my recent stay last week, one of the dealers said they have never had $15/hand tables. So, for baccarat, we go across the street to play at Harrah's. Harrah's baccarat tables are always very active - generally because they have 2 $15 tables almost all the time. This last trip during one of the slowest weeks of the year, both $15 tables were full. Compare to Mirage, which is always very empty. They'll have 4 dealers in the baccarat room and nobody playing! Sometimes I will see 1 person playing at the $25 table. How does this make sense from a financial perspective? Sorry, this turned out to be a rant post. Put a $15 table in The Mirage already!