Dear Continited forumers, I come asking a question I bought a MIA-IAH-LAX-OGG-HNL-EWR-MIA-IAH-SFO flight a while ago on CO.com for $570.21. Unfortunately, my "positioning" flight (SFO-CLT-MIA) was on a separate PNR on US and went mechanical, so rather than possibly being stranded in MIA, I chose to deplane. I went home and cancelled the CO ticket. I shortly received an e-mail as follows Learning a very painful lesson about booking "ambitious" MRs without sufficient backup plans, I think I'm going to stick with doing $300 r/t transcons for the next little while. I'm worried that if I'm able to find and book a $300 r/t transcon ticket, what will happen with the remaining value of my cancelled flight? Is it available for another ticket (ew, does that mean I pay 2 change fees?), or is it forfeit? Would anybody be able to shed some light on this for me? What's the best way to handle this stored value? Thanks!