I have heard that Clemens top two prioritites where a team that had a chance to win and where he could still spend time with his family. But have never heard which was the priority.
Many of the replys above, seem to indicate that they think "winning" is the most important priority. Where are you all getting that information (except from Steve Phillips on Baseball Tonight)? Considereing that he wasn't going to pitch at all this year so that he could spend more time with his family, I would think that was his top priority, and would find it unlikely that he would spend the rest of his summer 1800 miles away in Boston. Ok, sure Boston may (and likely would) allow him to stay/go home when he wasn't pitching. However even HOME games would require him to travel. Each way loosing a day and sometime 2 each time. He would end up spending 1/2 of the summer on an airplane.
The way I see it, if Winning is his most important priority then he will end up in Boston. If family is his top priority (including the possibility of spending September with his son, Koby) then I think he ends up in Houston.
Time will tell. Everyone seems to think a decision is coming some time this week, probably Thursday.