SEA-ICN-HKG-BKK-FRA-SEA for 90,000 miles on US in C, with stopovers in HKG and FRA, and maybe $150. I could probably book one today with sufficient US miles, LH F blocking notwithstanding. Not bad if you ask me. Lucky is focused on the F cabin (and I suppose if I was a twentysomething travel blogger cum mileage consultant who could generate EQM and 6-7 digit mileage balances seemingly effortlessly I would be as well). I don't have that luxury. I'll likely never travel 100,000 miles in a year on paid tickets (and I don't really want to), or hit top elite on AA/UA/whoever. One of the biggest problems for oneworld for me is that the longhaul presence out of SEA is in the form of BA (read: bend over for $1000 in YQ). *A gives me LH, OZ, UA and soon NH and BR, or a quick hop to SFO/LAX for pretty much everyone else, compared to ORD/DFW/JFK, and very limited longhaul out of LAX (that can't be used on a oneworld award, since AS isn't part of oneworld).