I ended up not going on the last day, because I caught a stomach bug at the con.
The arrangements and panels were bloody amazing. So many cool skits, so many fun people. In general, the mood was fantastic and people really got the chance to socialize! I was also impressed with how seamlessly the crew was handling everything - and there was a lot to handle, what wit this being a sleep-over con and everything.
The downside is that, although there were some cool stands this time around, it's my impression that they didn't sell well. My stand was actually standing *in the dark* half of the time, because they needed the room to be dark because of their stage arrangements. That's well and good, but it would have been nice to be warned about it on beforehand. And there were some small downsides too, like the tables standing too far apart so it was hard to have a chat with the other vendors, but that's just my personal taste.
I like my art stands well lit and sociable, because cons are a bit about networking, too.
So in short, it was a pretty cool con with good people, but perhaps not the best place for stands. I still enjoyed myself, though.