Cuba is on Oct. 11th in the U.S. at a not yet disclosed location, Canada Oct. 15 at Toronto's BMO Field. I didn't think I'd be as interested in this competition, as I am, at least initially. Cuba is a throwaway match, but Canada, especially on the road, now that's fun. We rarely play them in a meaningful match and they're actually respectable now. So it's a new experience and the coaches could gather useful info going forward. Setting the team up for WC qualifying should be the top goal for this tourney. Winning is secondary. However, I don't think we or the brass should accept getting KO'ed in the group stage certainly. So those objectives will need to be balanced. There is going to be a conflict with Olympic qualifying. So what to prioritize and how to allocate players to the two rosters is going to be part of the equation of how strong of a group is brought here. Also, the four matches will be an opportunity for players looking to make a winter move to gain necessary caps and showcases. So that has to be a factor in the roster selection. In addition this round will take place right before MLS begins their playoff season. So that may factor into the equation for the decision. I'd expect a similar strength squad as Mexico utilized in the Gold Cup, at about a B+ level. Thoughts on the roster, goals, and amount of anticipation for this camp and tourney?