It was great. I'm not sure I prefer the two-day format, though. Seven stages can be shot in a day, and it's expensive to stay in town that extra day. Next year, if it's a two-day, then maybe ten stages? The weather in June was much nicer than last July (65 degrees vs. 95 degrees). The stages had a lot of imagination and variety, with real tests of shooting skill and strategy. I don't think I've been to a match where everyone had their own idea of the best way to attack a stage. We didn't haul as much wood back to Seattle as last year (and no prize iron, either), but a good time was had by all. We'll be back.