"MilesAAver" roundtrip F seats (25,000 miles OW) between Wichita (ICT) and LAX are notoriously hard to snag, though it can be done. Many times the system has asked me if I could fly into SNA or ONT (and, until recently, BUR), instead of into or out of LAX. But tonight I was doing some checking and the system's creativity made those traditional alternatives look mild. On the way out, it asked me if I wanted to go out with plane changes in DFW and then in EGE (Eagle, Colorado). SInce I am not a skier, it took me a few seconds to even recognize that code. And how's this one for a carbon footprint on the return?: Los Angeles - Fort Lauderdale (!) - Chicago, all in F - and then Y on American Eagle to ICT, for 25,000 miles. I appreciated it trying so hard, but declined its creativity. It may have been capable of such far-flung ideas all along, though this is the first time I had seen anything that exotic.