I've historically been a Caesars player, Diamond/Plus level, but am interested in moving somewhere else to see if the grass really is greener. I'm typically a 500-1000 TC/day player, mostly video poker, so let's say $5k-$10k coin-in; more if things are going well but if they're going poorly I generally hit an emotional bankroll limit by then. I visit Vegas probably six times a year, 2-4 nights each time, so let's average that all out at $135k coin-in per year. (I have a local Harrahs here that gets additional play, but I'd probably disconnect from them in favor of a closer local casino; Harrahs is an hour away.) I do play some tables but I'm more hit-and-run and thus rarely get rated for anything. I don't mind paying for nicer rooms (which is part of the CET issue... very limited suites), hate the idea of resort fees, and prefer to play bartops which is a huge negative against Wynn. (I don't think this level of coin-in would get me anything at Wynn anyway.) I'd like to focus on the Strip since that's what the SO prefers. Given this level of play, is there a better option than switching over to MGM and aiming mid-level for a property like Park MGM or Mirage? Would Venetian or Cosmopolitan show any interest at that level? I'd barely make Gold at Cosmo, and no idea what I'd be at Venetian.