Of course, a lot will depend on where you live and who you support - but here are my choices: 1. San Jose-Los Angeles. Last Cup holders meeting for the final rounds of a four-match series. I am looking for a lot of physicality and probably a couple of phantom calls got LA's way. Think the league doesn't want the Gals in the final? Still, this should be an entertaining battle as the rest of the country roots for ABC*. 2. Chicago-DC United. Two cup holders meet before two of the best supporters groups in the league. DCU Hasn't been in the playoffs for a while, so I'm hoping the fans will come out to RFK and make the place rock. There are players to dislike on the opposing teams and make some payback opportunities for players like Hristo and Dema. 3. Kansas City-Colorado. IMO, these were two of the most entertaining teams in MLS this year. Kansas City largely abandoned their bunker-ball mentality, and although they played stupidly too often, put together a pretty good year. The obvious downside is the Tuesday match in Denver and chewed up turfs. 4. New England-New Jersey. Seems like no hope of big crowds for either match. New England is heating up, and NJ is spiraling downward. Mathis has a chance to redeem season with a clutch goal or two. Giants Stadium in Autumn is MLS least-watchable venue. ------------------------------ *Anywhere/Anybody But California.