The bad - security lines. This was the line this morning. Picture shows approximately half the hall where we all had to line up to enter. (Apologies for pic quality - my partner took it on his phone while we were in line). If you had bags (backpacks, suitcases,etc) or prop weapons you had to undergo a separate screening with its own lines. (We left our backpacks at the hotel after day 1 but still had to queue in the main line before being allowed in by sections starting at 10 AM). The good - Doug Chiang gave a talk entitled Designing the Art of SW With the Master. Of the panels we attended, this was by far the best. Both of us enjoyed it immensely. The ugly - people management at the event. I know there has to be security but having people queuing en masse in one of the halls for over an hour in the morning to enter the event wasn't the way to do it. Quite a few families were there and younger children didn't understand the long wait (and some acted accordingly). There was no access to rest rooms in the hall (the ones we saw were locked), nor was there any way to buy water, etc. The hall was stuffy due to all of the people as well. And I'm not even going to go into the wrist bands since we didn't bother. Got any additions? Let us know here..