I think two LEED APs is a bit ridiculous. I currently work for a company that doesn't have a LEED AP on staff yet, and I think requiring two at ~$600 per exam could possibly discourage even getting one LEED AP on staff. It seems like a blatant attempt for the USGBC to increase its numbers. Two would be largely unnecessary in a 10 person firm. Maybe make a second LEED AP an Exemplary Performance credit?

Unrelated - I absolutely agree with the changes for the bike racks. As an avid cyclist, in a city like Chicago to still have to risk locking your bike to an unboltable street sign is so LEED 2009. Making them a requirement instead of a point was a fantastic idea that promotes everyone's interests as well as properly weighting the credit for bike racks.