The preview site finally has some partner earning rates listed on it. Knowing that at least a few of the pages are wrong (some are blank, some have the wrong airline name, some have earning rates that are in the wrong order) I am most definitely taking the numbers with quite a large dose of salt. That said, I spent the time to go through them all anyways and see what the changes are. It appears that about 20-40% of the earning rates will change from either the sCO or sUA programs. Of the ~250 individual entries I found where there is something changing in one but not the other, the sCO policy wins at about a 2:1 clip. And in nearly every one of those cases it is an upgrade from the sUA number. The most notable changes I see are: Premium cabin fares on LH and LX will earn RDMs similar to the UA metal flights up front, ranging from 175-250%. That's a lot more RDMs than they used to get. More partners will earn 150% EQMs for full-fare coach or premium cabin bookings. Copa is not showing elite bonuses; I assume this is a mistake. NH, US, LH & AC do show elite bonuses; I assume this is correct. A number of deep discount fares across partners lose earnings. There are also a few that get better, but more get worse. More analysis here.