Although SWF sounds good and attractive for Southwest to add service to, I think there are other cities on their list that they might want to consentrate on who have less of an option than SWF does. Like Norfolk, they have quite a few flights, but where is the nearest SW city from them? I dont think it is 2 hours away. I would asume SWF to be added within the next 1-5 years, but SW does take into account lots of things when they bring a city into service, and they dont want that city to fail, which has happened only 3 times in their history. As for now, ISP, BDL and ALB might just have to be where you need to go for SW. How far of a drive is ALB? It cant be any more than 70 miles and that is probably why SW doesnt want to start service now.