A number of threads have had content complaining that million-milers are no longer treated with the special respect they once received regularly. My own experience has been that I have been treated appropriately but have only once noted extra care due to my MM status and that was on PMCO. It is my thought that the status has changed and the individuals who achieve it are not all uniformly high mileage frequent fliers as they had to be a few years ago. I am sure the number of MMers has increased to the point where extra special treatment would require significantly greater effort (and costs) by the airline as more mid-tier fliers who have flown consistently for 20 to 30 years are reaching this level now. Looked at from the perspective of a PMCO MM, the status and the perks that come with it currently seem attractive and worthy of aspiring to, especially for the FF who may be winding down their business travel. Have too many of us watered down the status?