Since I stopped playing with the action figures in 1984 I've only collected three Star Wars related items...the vintage die-cast ships, Star Wars Insider/Bantha Tracks and autographs. Autograph Hall was a very big part of my CV experience, I was able to greatly add to my collection, and get pictures with many of the actors. Here are a few of my favorite moments and surprises. Working at Cat Taber's table on Thursday,she was very nice. There were several times that she told me she wanted to take a quick break, but wouldn't if someone came up to the table. Alan Harris (Bossk)- I noticed that he was making each fan who went to his table shake his hand and introduce themselves, I really liked that. I skipped over him initially, and when I got Chris Parson's autograph I chose a picture that had 4-Lom with Bossk. I brought it back to Alan, but he was being whisked away to the trivia show. Figured I'd catch up with him the next day. Sadly, he had to be been taken to the hospital on Friday, he later told me because he feared he had another blood clot, fortunately it was nothing serious. Saturday morning his line was closed so he could take a break and I finally caught up with him Saturday evening. Very nice man, and worth the wait. One of my favorite moments, and biggest surprises from the hall was meeting Frank Henson. I received his autograph in my thank you packet from Official Pix and had gone to his table to have him personalize the autograph and get a picture with him. He had his own book of autographs on the table, each picture with it's own story, which he was happy to tell me. He just seemed like a genuinely nice person, and I'm sad I would have missed out on hearing his stories if I hadn't gotten his autograph from Official Pix. Chatting with John Morton (Dak) about his book about Jazz and his interview with one of my local radio stations. Chris Muncke just being a funny, funny guy. Seemed to really enjoy being at CV. Anthony Daniels, upon my saying my first Star Wars figure ever, C3-PO, having seen better days saying "I've seen better days myself" and cracking a smile. I'd love to hear other people's stories from Autograph Hall.