PARK CITY -- Two weeks shy of his 36th birthday, "pretty shriveled up" and likely nearing the end of his competitive career, Bode Miller can't help but think of legacies.Not the five Olympic medals, the four world titles and whether he is, as most people think, the greatest male skier the United States has ever had. That's for other people to decide."I think they're more titles for everyone else," Miller said Monday at the U.S. Olympic Committee media summit. "You're renting the title until somebody else takes it away. If you're too attached to it, you're going to be bummed out when your rental agreement runs out."