Mirage is not the fanciest poker room in Vegas, but I like the feel and energy in the room. The room is crowded, but I enjoy playing there more than in any room in Vegas.
The 2-5 no limit games I played in had plenty of weak players. In one hand, I hit my flush on the river, and my opponent didn't realize until after she called my bet that there were three hearts on the board. I played in a 5-10 no limit game which had some very good players but also had a couple of fish. Frankly, I was one of the weaker players in the 5-10 no-limit game, but I ended up because I caught some good cards and there were some players who were worse than me.
Most of the dealers were excellent. While many of the dealers focused more on running the game instead of chatting with the players, they were friendly enough, and I'd rather have a dealer who runs a fast and efficient game as opposed to someone who is auditioning for Comedy Central. There was one dealer who had a hard time keeping track of the action and who changed the outcome of a $750 pot by exposing the wrong card on the turn. Except for that one dealer, I would give the dealers at Mirage a 5.
The waitresses came by regularly. It didn't take that long for me to get my order, and the drinks were fine.
Even though the room was extremely busy, management did a good job managing the lists and making sure seats were filled in a timely manner. When floor rulings were required, the floor person showed up promptly, understood the situation, and made rulings that made sense to me.
Other than drinks, I didn't take advantage of any comps. I've heard that you might be able to get a $15 food comp if you play at least 4 hours.