See http://www.womensprosoccer.com/Home/boston/news/general/120209-Breakers-are-back.aspx Other teams (Boston Breakers, WNY FLash, Chicago Red Stars) are joining the WPSL for 2012 for a new "Elite" division. Any word on whether or not the Atlanta Beat has plans to do this, too? Atlanta already has the Atlanta Silverbacks (W-League) and Revolution (WPSL), but the new Elite division, which is described as "semi-pro" would compete at a different level from the regular WPSL teams. I think it would be a great opportunity for the players who aren't going to Europe to still have the chance to keep in game shape & stay fit. Also a great opportunity for the fans. I was particularly impressed with the WSPL leader's comments about being open to working with the WPS teams, even knowing that it would probably be temporary for 2012 only. Thoughts?