We'll soon find out where the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce stands on the casino issue.
Chamber President and C-E-O David Adames says they are currently surveying members who have until the end of next week to offer their opinion.
So far, Adames says the membership appears to be divided into three camps, not unlike the city as a whole.
He notes that there are those who want to proceed, those who definitely say no, and those who say "we don't have enough information to respond".
Adames is hopeful that the Rockhammer proposal, which came forward on Monday and provides a visual example of "what this could look like" will help some people make up their mind.
Mayor Bratina, who addressed the chamber over breakfast on Tuesday morning, continues to insist that a casino will be evaluated on whether there is a "net benefit to the city" taking into account both economic benefits and social costs.
On the face of it, the Mayor says the Rockhammer proposal "looks great", but he adds "that the devil may be in the details".