Just did the Phoenix fairgrounds show this past weekend. A most outstanding turn of profit for me and I scored two excellent books and a Micro-9 all on the cheap as well. Couple of notes. Any ammo that was remotely reasonably priced seemed to get scooped up on Friday leaving sellers complaining Saturday and Sunday about the lack of sales for their protectionist-priced ammo. Too bad... so sad. Guns were generally stooopid-high with far more remaining untouched than sold. See my above sentiment on that. The show was entirely out doors in exceptional weather. This is a good-bad/covidiocy scenario. It had to be outside to accommodate an informal *distancing* but masks were not mandated. So, the spacing between the tables was huge. I found the crowd to be the single nicest, friendliest and polite that I have EVER experienced at the fairgrounds in over 20 years of attending. I tend to think it was due to the lack of crowding even with a very high attendance. Man, were we lucky on the weather! I sold so much that I packed up my tables halfway through Saturday and then Sunday was dedicated to looking around. Altogether, a very pleasant experience. You could not take beer out of the *beer court* but we had cigars, Genfiddich and blackberry mead at the tables. You know, to go with the sammiches & stuff. Went a long way to mitigating missing the recent Tulsa show. Todd.