The situation in Las Vegas continues to worsen with October Strip data poised to show yet another negative month of data. We estimate that October gaming revenue for the Las Vegas Strip will fall between -5% to 9% on a year-over-year basis. The fact that October had one less Sunday and Saturday in the month certainly doesn't benefit the data. Meanwhile, McCarran airport passengers fell 1.5% while taxi trips fell 3.6% in August marking the fourth consecutive month of declines. Taxi trips tend to correlate to gaming revenues so when trips decline, revenue declines. We also believe that slot volume will continue its downward trend in October after a respite in September.