Now that it appears Mexico and US are clearly going to advance, it's not too soon to start debating this... There are the places I am favoring right now: Columbus (Crew Stadium) Portland (PGE Park) Salt Lake City (new RSL Stadium) Bottom line is, there are going to be Mexico fans wherever we play. And I'm okay with that. I just do not want to see a situation where it is 80/20 Tri fans. I like the smaller venues, which are going to be need if we want to avoid giving Mexico a huge crowd advantage. Columbus has been great the last two times (I attended 2001 and 2005). And with the great luck we've had against Mexico there, I would be perfectly happy seeing them awarded with the game again. It was ages ago, but anyone remember how great the pro-US atmosphere was in Portland in 1997 for their Costa Rica qualifier? They are long overdue for another important US game and with the MLS expansion momentum and the success of the Timbers, they would be a worthy successor to Crew Stadium for the Mexico tilt. Salt Lake would be my third choice. They have the new stadium and a good season ticket base that would ensure that many US fans buy tickets before they hit the market and Mexico fans gobble them up. Where does everybody want to see this game played?