Regarding Day Two and Day Three coverage: It's going to have to wait until sometime after I get home tomorrow (and rest a bit). I'll just combine the two days. Sorry for not having more now, but it's such a busy show that the hourglass sand seems to fall in a torrent when you're there. I missed some things. I didn't get to Sony (I'm still not sure how that one got by me). They had a couple of headphones there I was interested in hearing. I'll see what I can do to get some time with those Sony models on my own, in a quieter environment than Sony's typically very loud CES exhibit. There were some Sennheiser products I didn't get to spend much time with; but I'll get in touch with Sennheiser, after everyone has a chance to get back to homebase and settled in, to see ask for some private time with those pieces.
Regarding Noel Lee: Yes, he was on a Segway. I know many think he uses Segways to be eccentric, but he actually suffers from medical issues that limit his mobility.
Regarding how much taller 50 Cent is than me: I think he's around 6" taller than me. And I was wearing flat Sanuk shoes. And he was standing straighter than me. And he's about seven feet tall (just kidding). As for my ridiculous smile, Drew from Moon Audio said something hilarious right when the photo was taken, and I started cracking up. Click! That said, I was happy to meet 50 Cent--again, I really am a fan of his.
Regarding Drew at CES: Frank is correct. CES is intended for members of the trade (and press), so Drew has much business and handshaking to do there as the owner of Moon Audio.
Okay, until tomorrow or the next day. (I'm traveling for a good portion of the day tomorrow.)