Is it really more complex? I looked it over for a sample flight, and Business Select seems to cost about 107 points per revenue dollar, Anytime was about 89 points per, and Wanna Get Away about 56. They're obviously trying to get redemption passengers into their highest discount range such that they get more revenue from passengers. The way AGR does it with sleepers is kind of backwards in that they're not getting as much revenue from what should be their big money maker. Now I don't know how many people would really want to pay that much.One strange thing about Rapid Rewards is the tiered redemption levels. In addition to the number of points required being based on the cash fare (less taxes and most fees), it's also based on whether the fare is "Wanna Get Away", "Anytime", or "Business Select". This seems to add a layer of complexity since the higher "classes" of fare are already more expensive.