Yes, it said: To better align member experiences at all M life Rewards destinations nationwide, we will standardize the way we calculate Express Comps earned playing slots. Beginning October 1,Express Comps will be calculated based on time played, average bet, and game type. This method is currently used to calculate Express Comps earned playing slots at MGM National Harbor, Borgata, and MGM Springfield. Additionally, this method is used to calculate Express Comps earned playing Table Games at Beau Rivage, Gold Strike, Borgata, MGM Grand Detroit, MGM National Harbor, and MGM Springfield. To me, that implies theo, but it doesn't tie it explicitly to a rate. So I went over this morning and played some Davinci on a .01 / .02 / .05 machine. I played nickel denom. I'm assuming the theo at a nickel is the same as a penny, but if it's different, it's probably not much different. I did $600 coin-in, I earned 200 base points, I'm now Gold, so with the 20% bonus, I ended up with 240 actual points. And I got $2.40 in ECs, same as it used to be. I don't know what the theo is on the Davinci at a nickel, and I don't know what it is on the $5 denom DD. But I can say the $5 DD machine only earned ECs at about half the rate. Is the theo of the $5 machine half of the nickel machine? I suppose it's plausible. I'd expect the nickel machine to be about 15%. I'd expect the $5 machine theo to be higher than 7.5%, but maybe it isn't. Final actual points for the trip (some at 10% bonus and some at 20% bonus) was 9,177. So the old way, I would have earned $91.77 in ECs. Instead, I earned $54.69. That's from a blend of coin in of about 90% $5 denom, 7.5% quarter denom and 2.5% nickel denom. I probably should go run a little through at $25 denom at see what happens, but that'll have to wait until next time.