Sounds good to me, but for sake of the US other than Portland next season, the MLS ought focus on shutting down about five teams or so not doing well at all in the US other than expanding to Atlanta or anywhere in Florida.
Either is a downright awful idea either way I can tell you from having lived in Atlanta as well as the MLS's adverse experience in Florida during even prosperous times with two failures down there already. Atlanta's an awful sports town full of fair weather fans for all sports except for college football, which will pack the stands there for it is the mecca in that regard. In 2007 they had trouble filling seats for even the Final Four mind you.
Note nowadays almost half of homeowners in Florida owe more on their houses than they are worth, so those folks are going to pay to watch pro soccer? Uh-uh, and even the Dolphins and Jaguars consistently can't fill their stands with the situation in Tampa full of fairweather fans.
Only college and high school football pack the stands in Florida with all pro sports doing usually horribly.
The South is an awful nut to try and crack during an economic boom let alone foolish during a recession. Talk about misplaced priorities in the MLS if that is their focus aside from Portland, Vancouver, and Montreal. :roll: