This is the first meet of this "scope" that I've played a role in organizing. I admit that I grossly underestimated the sheer volume of effort and money (just being honest) that it takes to make these bigger events happen. My hat is off to John at the Audio Video Club of Atlanta for the Herculean effort he put into this, and to everyone who pitched in. Here are a few highlights for me: 1. Getting to meet Warren. You are righteous dude and it was my pleasure to finally meet you. Thank you for letting me know that my friend Joe is holding a small stockpile of Liquid Golds. 2. The ECP amp was breathtaking and I forget the model. It was the crazy expensive one with tubes. I'd never be able to afford it though. 3. The Mr. Speakers stat prototype is sounding very, very good. Lightening fast decay and suprizingly good sub bass. This is one to watch. 4. Speaking of Mr. Speakers, I was bummed that Dan did not get to make it to this one. But it was great to meet Peter and he shared some insiteful info with me especially about the stat. 5. I enjoyed spending time with people who came down from the Nashville area. Those are a great group of guys. @Theogenes ...looking forward to the next meet brother. 6. This will sound a little selfish (but I'm okay with that). I enjoyed showing off my own setup. My modded hd800's are actually warm and rich sounding. They have some of the best sub bass of anything I've owned. I loved seeing the looking on peoples faces when they put on my 800's and I cued up a few tracks with good deep bass. I think that I even got Tyll (by the way you owe me a dollar ) 7. The vendor list for this event was amazing. It was nice to have the ear of the vendors and ask my own questions directly. 8. And finally, to be honest, the best part of the meet had nothing to do with audio at all. While packing up to leave, I noticed a very sexy Porshe parked among all the more humble cars belonging to the attendees. When I discovered it belonged to someone I knew at the meet, I sheepishly asked for a ride around the block. Graciously he tossed me the keys and said that I could take it for a spin. Imagine now that the scene from Ferris Bueller where the two car attendants take off in Cameron's car...is playing in my head. If you have never driven a Porshe, you should really add it to your bucket list. It does not disappoint. @purk it was an epic drive brother!!!