Attended yesterday, I didn't go last year, but this years event was disappointing.
I'd guess 3/4 size as far as booths. All the majors were there, but so many were not or were just dealer booths and not factory deals.
No factory Ducati, BMW, Victory, Husky, KTM, MG, etc, etc. Triumph had a nice display, but I think it was a dealer effort.
They tried to make up for it by expending the customs and old bike display space... actually I liked that better.
Selling vendor count was down as well, there was a few, but I'd guess half of a few year's back, economy induced for sure.
Cycle World involvement was gone, and open bars were in.
No test ride rigs, but it was raining anyway.
Entertainment was the Smagee Brothers Trials guys from America's Got Talent, good but not as great as Jeff Aaron, better than the steel cage mini bike boys a few years back.
Dream List wants mounted... Ducati Daivel, would make this 60 year old go hooligan!