Best thing was meeting old friends and making new ones. I think our badges should have our first name on it so it is easier to connect. I had so many conversations but didn't get a name or contact. But the camaraderie of the fan-ship was awesome, whether talking to someone in their 20s or in their 70s. The bad... Long lines. 3-4 hours to see an exhibit? Or a game? Or a panel? That is absolute rubbish. Bad planning or small venue. tsk tsk Dice should have had a playable demo or Battlefront. Shame on them. As far as I am concerned at this time it is vaporware. The convention center wrapped people around the building until 10:30.. The venue opens at 10. If you paid, had a badge you should have been able to walk in the doors at 10:00. Not being able to get into the movies was silly. The digital theater I hear can only hold 1000 people. What?! The secondary theater on the Orlando Celebration held 2500. The main theater can hold 6000. It was a nice comfortable viewing at CV and CVI The bad planning is really inexcusable. There are people that flew in from Europe and Australia. Two hours to get into the store? And another two hours to pay? The last day I had to make a decision whether to do the exhibit or the battlefront presentation. Also I had missed the battle front panel BECAUSE THE ROOM ONLY HELD 1000 PEOPLE! Surprised the fire Marshals didn't go nuts. More official parties would have been cool. Maybe one on Thursday night. More good things: The food trucks were cool. The Live Stream from StarWars.com was cool. Cool to get in the Cantina. They should do more of those with other sets. ReedPop, do better next time. Get a venue large enough to handle the numbers.