FYI, we passed along some of our bags to both The Marx-Man (John Stengel) and Warstore Collectibles (Gary Green). So if you see them at a show and you need some Confederate re-enforcements, you'll be in luck.
At the show I saw a lot of different things. Stacks and stacks of Marx playsets of various types, several types of the older metals, of which I claim no knowledge, and of course lots and lots of buckets of plastic! Ron Barzso was there with his new "Normandy Buildings". Very cool, stackable city/village buildings that can be used for a wide variety of eras. They are scaled perfectly for the larger 60mm figures as well. I bought a couple and filled them full of TSSD and Conte Germans as soon as I got home.
Jim Clouse was there with his battleboards, and they look amazing. Perfect for someone that needs a nice looking display board. And they are much lighter and more mobile than I expected them to be.
I also enjoyed seeing some of the new Collector's Showcase metals. The had a set of "Mosby's Raiders" that was stunning. Some of the best posing I've seen in Cavalry figures.
I want to thank Barry Carter for putting on such a fine show. It's wonderful having a show so close to us that attracts such a wide variety of vendors. We plan to be back again next year.
You can see pictures in our online gallery.