In the Q1 conference call, there is an exchange that should make us all leery of what may happen to the Mileage Plus program. It appears to me the business model is to take from the customer and not give back. http://seekingalpha.com/article/2163...pt?part=single "Michael Linenberg - Deutsche Bank AG, Research Division Okay, good. And then just one other question here. And I guess maybe this would be for you, Jim, as well. You look at how Delta is sort of rethinking their frequent flyer plan and then basically now sort of changing, tying the miles there on -- basically tied to revenue paid. And it's not unique. I mean, I think, JetBlue, Virgin America, Southwest, they're also along those lines. Is that something that you may be looking at or studying? Is that something that makes sense given your network, your customer base? Any thoughts on that would be great. Jeffery A. Smisek - Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President, Member of Executive Committee and Member of Finance Committee This is Jeff. Clearly, frequent flyer -- or our frequent flyer program is evolving and as are others. And what we're trying to do is better align the benefits that we deliver to our customers through the frequent flyer program with the benefits that the customers deliver to us from their flying, including the profitability of their flying. And I believe that you will see evolution of our program over time. We can't talk about specifics at this point in time, but clearly, this is an evolving process. And frequent flyer -- our frequent flyer program is becoming much more sophisticated and is better aligning the benefits bidirectionally." It would be foolish for Mileage Plus, the major asset of United, to mimic everything that Delta does. Increasing the RDM & PQM earnings rate further for high level fares like P, Z, D, C, A, & F is one method of creating further rewards for these customers, but the awarding of a distance based mileage plan keeps the program familiar for both elites and general members.