All - I have a conundrum. I'm about to reach the 100-credit threshhold for an Airtran Companion Pass. While I am a Rapid Rewards member I'm also an Airtran A+ Elite, my primary earning program for Southwest/Airtran. Even though I'll soon be able to get an Airtran Companion Pass, I'm worried that with routes being moved from Airtran to Southwest and the booking engine favoring the Southwest website it'll less useful than the Southwest Companion Pass. My problem it I can't get a Southwest Companion Pass because my Airtran credits don't transfer to Southwest RR Points. And, on Airtran, I actually have to SPEND the credits to get the pass, unlike Southwest, where merely HAVING the points gets me the pass, so it's a bigger deal because I lose the value of 100 credits to get it. So, the question I sent to Southwest - At some point in the near future of integration will persons earning the Airtran Companion Pass also get a corresponding Southwest Companion Pass? If not, I have to conclude that the Airtran pass is going to become less and less useful and ultimately not worth it... AND won't be able to get a Southwest Companion Pass because my earnings are on Airtran and I can't convert credits to WN points. Heck, even just the ability to convert Airtran credits to POINTS would help because at least then I could get a Southwest pass... AND still have the points... AND be able to book flights as Airtran flights go away (and I can't book Southwest-only routes on Airtran's web site). Thoughts from the group? Is it worth spending 100 credits on an Airtran pass with no guarantee of a corresponding Southwest pass, decreasing Airtran frequencies and routes as they're moved to the Southwest side of the house, and the inability to book Southwest-only flights via Airtran.com?