It's funny how many of you are mentioning JetBlue. I remember when they were among the "cheap," "no-frills" airlines that were seen in the beginning as undercutting "legacy" airlines such as United, Delta, and American; and were perceived in the beginning by a lot of people as lesser in offerings and service, and potentially even "dangerous" in their slim approach to things. Many people would want the low-fare airlines, of which Jet Blue was considered one, to come to their cities not so that they would actually ride on them but so that the competition would drive the legacy airlines to lower their own prices in competition. (At one point the Richmond airport here in Virginia actually issued statements asking people to actually ride on the discount airlines, Jet Blue and AirTran -- now Southwest, or risk losing them and the competitive pricing that they brought.) But somewhere along the way it seems like the cheap young upstart has made the legacy seem a little tired and grumpy... and the opinions a little less "United" against it.