There have been a few people reporting that they were disappointed with the show. First of all, this was the first time the show was at this venue and by this organiser, and considering that, it wasn't a bad turnout. Yes, there are shows in the UK which offer better value for money, perhaps, because there are more exhibitors. But this one was in Scotland, and for people up this end of the country, it's perhaps the only show they can visit. I too would like to have seen more exhibitors, and the show could be 'done' in a couple of hours. But we, as a community, should support these kind of events. When most of the highstreet retailers have closed or converted their demo rooms to stock rooms for the internet, these shows will be one of the few ways to actually see, hear, touch, compare and evaluate this kit before we spend our hard-earned cash on it. I've taken a few photos. Some didn't come out. The Pioneer room, for example, was dark and I'm not a good enough photographer to cope with those situations. So I don't have photos of all of the exhibitors. Most regrettably I don't have any photo's of Gordon's room. But here's what I have, starting with John Sim entering the show.