Underrepresented? Red Bull NEW YORK. Misrepresented, sure. They should be called the Red Bull New Jersey. If NY really wanted a team than why didn't they do something since 1996 to get a stadium built in NY rather than NJ?. If they didn't want the team in NJ than they should have found the land and money to build something in NY before they started on the new stadium in Harrison. No one is demanding that NYC get a 3rd NFL team because the Jets and Giants play in NJ, so why should they get a second MLS team on that basis? Miami is the 4th largest metro area in the U.S.(Behind NY, LA and CHI), and the largest in the Southeast. It's also the 16th largest TV market in the U.S. If MLS wants to go to a big time city, Miami is the biggest one on the market, and right now there are no MLS teams within 1000 miles in any direction. Houston and D.C. are the closest. Right now MLS is about the only thing that isn't in Miami. Countless TV shows and movies feature Miami, it's a hot destination for tourists and celebrities alike, it's the L.A. of the east coast. Putting a team here, especially with a Beckham-esque star, would get MLS big time exposure. The only real argument against Miami at this point is that there are no solid details in terms of investors, at least for 2011. But we won't know for sure until an official announcement is made. I'm gonna shut up now and just wait and see. I know there are just as many good reasons to go to Miami as any other city, so there is no need for me to try and argue for it. I will say good luck to all fans in the competing cities(except NY of course) and see you in November with my Miami 2011 shirt!