I should have asked before... Anyway here are the reasons: - I have been consistently disappointed by the lounges. No domestic airline stands out, they are all quite similar IMHO. Most have been quite crowded, food is often of dubious quality and limited variety. Free wifi may be the main benefit, but it is free in several airports I normally fly to anyway. - $200 fee reimbursement is fine, but there are cheaper cards that will eliminate luggage fees etc... In addition, if you travel enough to achieve status those fees are often zero or reduced. - $100 global entry credit is useful on year 1. Once you have used it, global entry is valid for 5 years. - SPG gold is nice, but I can achieve it anyway. In addition, room upgrades are few in the USA, more common abroad. Other cards give status and a yearly free night at hotel chain, e.g. Chase Hyatt - cdw, extended warranties etc can be obtained with Amex pr gold, which is cheaper and earns more points. - car rental status is not that useful for me, as my company forces me to rent with Avis only anyway and has "corporate preferred" - there are cheaper cards with no foreign fees, e.g. Chase sapphire preferred Opinions?