From the review:
"I charged a total of about $122.
It is par for the course to get back about 1/3 of the expected loss in comps.
my expected loss for 3.8 hours at $150 a hand = $299.25. Covering all $122 in charges amounted to getting 41% back, which is pretty generous."
I guess the operative words from the above snippet would be the pretty generous part. I had previously heard from a variety of sources that South Point was not very generous with comps, though admittedly this was fairly stale information. Its good to hear that things may have changed there.
I tend not to rent cars when I fly to Vegas and I tend to go to more than one casino but things change as I get older and I just may give South Point a try. Oh, I'm not basing this solely on my revised view of their comp policy, but its surely is a factor.
Thanks for the information.
As far as driving anyplace, who cares, love the location, and The M is just down the road!