With how hard the NASL has worked to try and create some sort of relationship between them and MLS, I don't think it's terribly far-fetched at all to think the White Caps and/or Impact could be fielding a "reserve type" team in the NASL at some point. Don't know what kind of rules changes or concessions MLS would have to make to allow it, or if ultimately they would, but it wouldn't surprise me. For some reason Detroit keeps sticking out at me as a possibility for one of these teams. I know they have MLS aspirations, and the recent model for reaching MLS is by going through D2 first, so it sounds feasible as long as there is an owner and a place to play that meets D2 standards. Of course I have no clue about those two important things. LOL Is there any chance that the LA Blues are unhappy with USL's "efforts" to get even a single team to join them out west in D3? Could that owner have the $$$ to give his team a rebrand to the LA Aztecs and move up? Want to say I read somewhere awhile back that the current NASL bought up some of the original NASL trademarks and the Aztecs was one of them. Anyway, just thinking outside the box here.