Question: Is 7:30 a set end time? I hadn't known we had one, but that's what showed up in the CourierPress story . . . Anyway, I have the door prize stuff all straightened out. It goes like this: Have a sign-up sheet there for new people who want to sign up to be part of the E'ville Jedi. The first 15 people to sign up each get one of the SW:TCG expansion packs that I'll be bringing (I have 4 each from Battle of Yavin, Empire Strikes Back, and The Phantom Menace, and 3 from Jedi Guardians). We have people sign up for a door prize sort of raffle. There will be two different places to enter, one for those who ARE or BECOME E'ville Jedi members, and one for those who are NOT members. The winner of the NON-MEMBER drawing gets one Empire Strikes Back SW:TCG 2-player starter set, plus one Light Side A New Hope SW:TCG starter deck and one Dark Side A New Hope SW:TCG starter deck. The winner of the MEMBER drawing will receive the same three items from the NON-MEMBER drawing, but also receive 3 Wizards of the Coast SW:RPG sourcebooks (Ultimate Adversaries, Geonosis and the Outer Rim Worlds, and the Hero's Guide). I'm also bringing 27 (using all my blank CDs, so hence the strange number) little packets that have 2 CDs in each. One is a "Butler Demo" with sample stuff from my audio productions, which is a CD-ROM that needs a computer, and the other is an audio CD of the episode of my radio show, ChronoRadio, called "The Making of a Tale," which went in-depth into the making of the comic. The posterboard thing I'm bringing has three panels. Left has three versions of part of the story pitch, plus three versions of the script for one of the pages. Right has six different versions of the process for that same page. Middle has the title, printouts of both covers for the comic, and a Dark Horse symbol that says "A Look Inside the Creative Process, Straight from the Dark Horse's Mouth." I think that's all. I may see if someone who comes will videotape some of what goes on, and I'll definitely have my digital camera there to take pictures to put up on the web.