Trvlr, the real edge is all the AA FF'ers living in Miami. The LatAm/Carib connections represent only minimal of the traffic, which will very likely be heavily O&D with some connections on Eagle. It is no secret that leisure markets will be hot in 2003, especially with business travel off. Luckily, MIA will be immune to AA's cuts. This is AA's 5th new MIA destination announced in nine months, the second one announced today (well, MIA-CLT and MIA-LAS have not been announced, but are in the scheds). MIA also has the advantage that it offers a good mix of business and leisure traffic, and also has "business traffic" on otherwise leisure destinations, such as San Jose (CR), Rio de Janeiro, Port of Spain, Bridgetown, etc.