1. UConn def fills a gap, but with NYC and Boston already covered, is Hatford that valuable?
2. Cincy doesn't add much market wise, but solidifies SW Ohio and brings an endowment and research budget
3. Navy (assuming they want all in, no football only) - national brand plus fils gap in MD. LAX would be nice, i guess
4. Temple delivers philly (sort of), and you just hope that they spend the new ACC money to grow their programs
5. Tulane because i like visiting New Orleans
6. Villanova (see Temple, but with an even lower starting point for football)
i left Texas off because, well, i'm not sure i'm convinced there is any chance of them coming on board as a full member of the ACC, and even if they did, i would probably fear for the future of the league (as it would then be). then, again, maybe Texas shatters the league back into 2 leagues, one of which is a mid-atlantic regional league with VT in it, which wouldn't be so bad.