The $1.9 billion renovations at the Los Angeles International Airport Tom Bradley International Terminal included a new automated system that allows lasers and lights to help park planes in place of glow sticks held by ramp agents. However, the upgrade failed to incorporate amenities widely sought by regular fliers, particularly improved Wi-Fi. Additions to the terminal include more high-end vendors and LED screens. Recent letters to the Los Angeles Times reveal disappointment with these new screens. Elke Heitmeyer of Sherman Oaks wrote that travelers “do not need to be bombarded by entertainment they didn’t choose” and simply wish to converse among companions, read, or utilize their electronics. Juan Matute from Claremont wrote that it is a shame that LAX does not seem to meet expectations.