So, I'll admit, I like the Las Vegas mlife properties WAY more than the CET ones, but it seems like my comps have dried up. Admittedly, I'm a pretty low roller. On a recent trip to Aria (3 nights), I lost over $1,500 (calculated a theoretical loss of around $1,200, so I did get a bad run of cards). Anyways, when checking out, I asked for some charges to be removed and they said there was nothing that could be removed. I asked them to double check, explaining how much I gambled, so, after making a call, they took $50 off and gave me a lecture that this was not to be expected, it was being done as a courtesy. I played mostly table games, was rated together with my wife, and we averaged between $40-$60/hand between us. I believe that the going rate for comps is roughly 30% of theoretical loss. So I was hoping for around $360, not $50 and a lecture. Also, nothing comped ahead of time for future visits either. Compare this with a recent week long stay at Harrahs New Orleans where I had a theoretical loss of roughly $2,000. There, I received a few self service freebies with my earned points before checking out, and am getting offers for free 3 night stays (as well as free play/buffet offers). As mentioned, I prefer mlife properties in Las Vegas so much more than CET, but they just don't care about my play, so I'd rather go somewhere else.