put up all of the pictures that were worth a crap on my site:
the lighting in this "convention center" was pretty crappy, and most of the displays were so poorly setup that really taking pictures was difficult due to the number of people walking between you and the bikes....
on the good side, some of the people displaying their bikes were really awesome (like the guy who HAND BUILT his Buell 1203t (as in turbo) Harley VR1000 quasi replica), and the ability to basically touch every bike was a plus.
some of the show was good, some was bad, but overall, since I hadn't been to one in quite a while, I did enjoy it.
However, I want to point out that it was FUCKING ZERO DEGREES OUTSIDE
with a windchill somewhere around MINUS 35
while i was up there.
Oh, and there were a total of, iirc, 6 booth girls.
and four of those were the Progressive Insurance girls at the front door.
Other than that, only Ducati (gotta love the italians) even had booth girls.....