Just want to say, tonight was an INCREDIBLE night here for me at BotCon 2006. Best. BotCoon. EVAH. I'll detail more of it in my BotCon Writeup, but I can tell you now, Scott McNeil using your trophy as a aleidoscope rules. Lobo's Hearts of Steel Megatron took first, no surprise there. Lobo, that thing is great, and you deserved that. I am proud to take second to a piece of work so well done from scratch. As a geat topper to the evening, I took second with my California Highway Patrol Prowl. I don't know why it was so popular, but half the credit still goes to Walt Jackson, who asked me to do his idea. Without him, I never would have made the figure, and we couldn't have won. He protested, but I dragged him up to the stage with me when they called it out. You Louisville folk need to stop into the J-Mall KB and congratulate him for his idea being so successful! Third went to TFMaster's War Within Megatron. I'm actually finding it surprising that I beat that out, as his work was amazing too. I walked the customs, and really, Walt and I thought there were a half dozen or more that would place ahead of us with superb ease. ******EDIT EDIT EDIT****** Here's some pics! Sorry, all I have is stuff from our side of things. I took them, so unfortunately I'm not in them. This would be the second place prize pack. The trophy. Walt with Scott in the lobby after the dinner. I caught them a little unawares on this one, hence why Walt looks totally zoned out, he wasn't expecting the pic and only caught on right as I took it. Another of Walt with Scott. I asked Scott to repeat the first thing he did when I handed him the trophy, and this is it. Scott's right, it's shroomy looking through the edge of the trophy! And yes, Walt is basically just freaking out still in this shot. I was too, it was a heck of a Star-stuffed lobby, and everyone was great to talk to. Scott especially has a terrific memory, and totally floored me by remembering the crazy shot pose he snuck in on me in a photo from the 04 OTFCC dinner. He really does seem to be floored that he has so many fans at these shows who want to do more than get an autograph.