1- NJSEA 'nuff said. 2- lousy transportation Harrison beats Xanadu hands down with existing frequent service directly to NYC, Newark and Jersey City, and they will be adding direct service to EWR and the new WTC station in 2009. Xanadu will have a slow, infrequent siding off of a Bergen County commuter line that could end up costing as much as $600 million. 3- lousy neighbors The proposed Xanadu Metro will be surrounded by parking lots and a mall on steroids. Harrison Metro will be in a new urban community that will connect with the Ironbound in Newark and Harrison's downtown, close to much of North Jersey's biggest soccer communities and history. It is an insult to us all that Metro would even consider building anywhere else. 4- Unlikely to be built (anytime soon) Although some of the financing is being rammed through the statehouse as quick as possible, there are two major lawsuits that will keep them from breaking ground on the original Xanadu proposal, and the Codey proposals will throw them all back to square one if he actually puts something together. Harrison, if AEG had any real commitment to us, could begin construction next year. Codey is the Mills Corp's lap poodle and should be run out of Trenton ASAP!