Today I logged on to the Marriott Rewards site to make a reservation and noticed that I'm no longer PP. Not a big deal in the scheme of things, but since no one (outside a probably secret room in Marriott GHQ) seems to know the criteria for elevation to or being bounced from PP, I thought this might create a data point we can extrapolate from: 1. I was granted PP in 2011. I had been Platinum for a number of years, and either Gold or Platinum for about the last ten, but this was my first year at PP. In 2010 I had 126 nights which included some roll-over nights but about 100 nights actually earned in calendar year 2010. 2. In calendar year 2011, I wound up with 124 nights, including 51 roll-over nights, so only 73 nights actually earned in 2011. As noted above, I didn't stay at PP for 2012. I'm suspecting that in order to remain a PP, the member must have actually earned at least 75 nights (excluding roll-over nights) the year before, but I don't know whether 75 is sufficient to remain PP, or whether there's a "total including roll-overs" that must also be met.. So, my question(s): 1. Was any member who was PP in 2011 but earned fewer than 75 nights in 2011 (exclusive of roll-overs) retained at PP for 2012? If so, (i) how many total nights did you have at the end of 2011 including roll-overs, and (ii) how many nights did you earn in 2011? 2. Was any member who was PP in 2011 and who earned 75 nights or more in 2011 not renewed at PP for 2012? If so, (i) how many total nights did you have at the end of 2011 including roll-overs, and (ii) how many nights did you earn in 2011? Thanks for any data you can provide.