I think part of the problem is a lot of us didn't understand all the factors that contributed to some of the problems. It's only natural for peopole to seek out why something didn't go as well as hoped, but this sort of thing can turn into a witch trial all to easily. Now that we have people from the other side of this equation here to fill in the gaps of what we actually know, perhaps we can all come to more reasonable, constructive terms. Despite the problems that arose, things could have gone a lot worse, and it's a testiment to all of us that so many volenteer fans bothered to help in the first place. There will be a C4, because we as a fanbase are more resilliant than that. We will bounce back and we will enter the next convention with the same kind of anticipation we had for these past conventions. We will all be a little wiser, from the event organisers, to the fans who like to wait in line all night as a show of support for the guy who made all this possible in the first place. I will agree some of the lines were horrendus, but at the same time, they were all volentary. If I waited in a line for 5 hours to get a figure, it was because I chose to do that instead of participate in the other activites that day. Just remember, whenever you are pointing a finger at someone else, you have 3 more fingers pointing back at yourself. There were issues, but it was a result of both the fans and the organizers combined.