It was packed! I understand that they want you to buy tickets in advance but both lines had a choke point at the door that was easily correctable. I met Robert Avery (Quadrent 13) before I stood in line and he assured me if I sat with him it would go down in 20 minutes. We had a great chat about our projects (including a late war east front WW II book he is gong to do for IABSM) for about 30 minutes when much to my dismay the line hadn't shortened ONE BIT! Take home point here is never trust an Englishman!
Once in the show was well organized. Here are some pictures I took:
a beautiful basecamp board. Unfortunatly they
haven't released their ANZAC dice yet.