This was my first LFCC in four years. Thought the venue seemed a lot more spacious than other shows I've been to which was a huge plus. the range of guests were great as expected. there were fewer comic stalls than i expected but i still managed to spend every penny i had. i arrived at 10am Saturday thanks to traffic delays and had no problem with the queue, though the option to pay by card for entry would have been handy. i didn't go to any talks or photoshoots so can't comment on them. the queue to get tickets for them and credit vouchers for autos was a shambles though. i joined the queue i needed as every one had different signs, watched every other one move quicker then was told all queues do the same thing. would it be a sensible idea to just have one long concertina'd queue to keep things simpler? Really that was my only gripe of the day, other then maybe Thomas Dekker being too pretty and making the rest of us guys look bad by comparison.