Well, I guess I get to start! We really got lucky on the weather; in spite of the predictions of only a little clearing in mid-day with rain in the AM and thunderboomers in the PM, we had nearly a full day of dry weather! I arrived at the range about 10:00 and was able to shoot with very little waiting at any stage. The Glock "M" was a little different; there was only one popper and it was set in the "ring and paint" mode. With the new target spacing, there is a more acute angle on the close targets and you have to watch your transistion from the back target to the front. In other words, stop your swing before you shoot! ;Q My nemisis continues to be the 5 to Glock.. nuf said about that! It was interesting in the afternoon when I was shooting my G36 in major Sub on this stage. It had just started to rain and the concussion from every shot sent a cascade of water down from the overhead cover they erected! The "plates" were the paper option. It is so different as to require a totally new stratigy when shooting it.. I'll let you know when I get it figured out! They were scoring any hit inside the "C" ring as a hit; anything out was a miss. You may only shoot six rounds, cannot "pick up" a missed shot. The temptation is to go really, really fast.. but sudden death lurks there is you toss one out.. ask me how I know! ;Q The shooting part of a GSSF match only last a minute or so; the real pleasure is seeing old friends and making new ones. There were a lot of familar faces, even from as far as New Jersey! As always, the Glock crew are fantastic! Got to say "Hi" to Dave Sevigy and chatted a bit with Julie Goloksy, both great people and fantastic shooters. The RO's did a great job; I think this match had the best RO crew I've seen. Great job Cavalier club!