I'll start this one off with....... Mt. Kisco Coin Show: I went to this show today and I was pleasantly surprised. Even though it was only about 15 minutes away from where the Westchester Coin Show (WCS) appears (which was also only 2 weeks ago)...it was slightly bigger, had more dealers, and a better variety (IMO) of stuff than at Westchester. Saw lots of the same folks, but plenty of new ones, too. Some people who came from MA and CT don't go to the other show (or not all that often). Anyway, it was held at the Mt. Kisco Holiday Inn...it took up 2 of those conference rooms whereas WCS only takes up 1 room....I'd say about 30-35 dealers and maybe 100 tables. Saw some interesting NGC-slabbed ancient coins from a guy on Long Island, very impressive. Ran the gamut from $1,800 to $18,000. I liked one guys case because all the CAC TPG slabs were in foam compartments and it looked very organized and impressive. To a newbie, I think it was enticing and a good sales catch creator. I personlly think unless you are a veteran that seeing DOZENS or HUNDREDS of coins -- particularly in those 2" white squares in 1 or 2 or 3 glass cases -- makes it tough to find something. But I guess to each his own, huh ? Bought only a 2016 PF69 Saint-Gaudens Silver Commemorative, saving up the Big $$$ (I hope) for FUN. Can test out this thickly-slabbed coin on my new 2.68" plastic easel holders that arrived this weekend. There was an interesting Barber Coin setup with some guys who belong to a national Barber Coin group. They had some interesting specimens and some interesting information on Barber and Morgan. I thought that was a nice touch. I believe they gave a talk sometime today, but not when I was there (about 1:30 PM). I stayed for about an hour and then went home to catch the 2nd half of the Giants-Dolphins game (don't laugh ). I'm not sure when the next Mt. Kisco show is, but I'll try and attend and also compare it to the next WCS.