Anyways...rant over...I decided to build my '80s collection and got autographs of Dwight Gooden and Jose Canseco ($25 each) on their signature rookie cards. I'm psyched to have added these to my collection. Gooden was super nice and was interacting with people. Canseco was kind of disinterested in interacting with people, but I'll give him credit - he's still jacked and looks like he could still play (even though we know he can't). I never made it to get Luis Tiant's autograph as the line was super long and I wanted to spend time walking the show.
I dug through a pretty good $.10 box and found a ton of cards that I needed for sets, almost completed my 2013 Panini Golden Age set. The only other purchase I made were three autographed cards that were $10 each or three for $25. Not a bad group of autographs for $25. Overall, the show was ok. The autograph process was horrible. The selection of stuff was either vintage or new mojo rookies etc. It's funny to see boxes set up with 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's (well, through 85T). I wonder when the 90's cards will become popular again. Definitely not enough of the $.10/$.25 boxes, most only had new stuff (2013-2014) for set builders. I'd go again, especially if there were some decent, low-cost autograph guests.