I think this might be another revolutionary change in American soccer. When Beckham first joined in 2007, it completely changed everything. International TV carriers picked it up, millions were invested in clubs, academies and squads, attendances grew to out-sell NBA and NHL games, TV ratings and sponsorships grew into billion dollar revenue streams. That was on a player level. Now that Beckham will be leading his own team, his reputation and brand might be able to attract more and more eyes and stars to the country. Sponsorships, academies and investment is likely to grow as people would want to chip in on a more "stable" investment that is the MLS. Investors would want to, specifically, target Miami or New York or LA or Chicago as a possible area to invest in either to get on Beckham's boat or to rival his. I'm really excited for this. It could be a huge boost to a fledgling soccer system and structure. What'd you think?