With DC United's loan/signing of Eliseo Quintanilla, it seems that MLS is getting very successful at grabbing the top talent in Central America. Consider some recent signings: Carlos Ruiz, Fredy Garcia, Joselito Vaca, and Quintanilla. Sure the list might not be long, but these are young national team players, and MLS has only 10 teams. This is the direction to go for MLS and I am so happy that the league's brass has realized this. MLS has also snagged some good young internationals like Dwayne De Rosario and Winston Griffiths, and while these two might not be world beaters, they are some of the region's better players. Does any other league in CONCACAF have the type of youth internationals MLS has? Add in the US players (Donovan, Beasley, Wolff, Convey, Quaranta, Twellman, etc) and MLS has more than their share of rising stars. I believe Donovan, Convey, Beasley, and Vaca were all in World Soccer's Top 100 Rising Stars issue a year back. MLS is no longer the league of aging stars, it has some young ones too!