I'll be in Atlantic City at Harrah's this time next week, so hopefully that will be an indicator of how good or bad CET's "drink call" system is. Admittedly, I'm not going in with high hopes in that sense. The whole idea of "let's automate drink ordering" and "that way we'll save XX% on our comp drink costs" sounds good at an annual meeting or in a statement to shareholders. But it isn't a substitute for real service, both in the way it feels, and in the mechanics of getting a new drink on the way. Say you're really into the game you're playing... do you really want to stop, press a few buttons, and get back into the zone for your drink to hopefully come eventually? Or would you rather have someone come around and ask what you'd like or if you'd like a refill where all you have to do is say "yes please"? Truly discretionary cocktail service is one of many reasons I've grown to prefer non-corporate dive casinos in Vegas. To me it's a lot more seamless, personable, and likely to result in me having a drink in front of me when I want it.