Yea, expansion headlines! John, you might not like to write about it, but your expansion coverage is what first brought me to your site last year and I have been reading ever since.
As an SEC fan, I'd rather pass on FSU. And for shall we say "cultural reasons" I also don't want to add UNC, Duke, or UVA (all top notch academic institutions no question, and all would pass on the SEC most likely if given a choice). My most prefered end game to the expansion mania would be the following four divisions:
West: A&M, Ark, LSU, Mizz
South: Alabama, Auburn, Miss, Miss St.
North: Kentucky, Tenn, Vandy, VA Tech
East: Florida, UGA, NC St, SC
You play each team in your division and then two from each of the others (John's long advocated 9-game schedule). A four year student would get to see every team in the league at home and away. Plus, old annual rivalries that are broken (UT/Alabama, UGA/Auburn, etc) would only have two year gaps - not ideal but also not the worst possibility. And for certain divisions that look tough/easy right now, remember it wasn't that long ago that the West was the East's little brother, so all that stuff goes back and forth and evens out over time.