For those that didn't get to Louisville, it was great, a hell of a rainstorm and light show late Friday night and some rain early Sunday morning but otherwise a nice day to look at Rods. Definetly better than last years 100+ days.Haven't heard the final #'s but about 1000 more than last year.Had a great time looking at the new Dearborn Deuce convertible (absolutely beautiful) and all the nice rides, swap meet area was a little pricey as it has been lately. I about got in a fist fight with some ********* at the Heritage A&F booth (check my website for my experiences with them and the company review section on this site for others experiences) that didn't want to be saved from getting ripped off, so I guess he'll get what he deserves. One of the neatest things we saw was a 13 year old girl that built her own T-bucket,flattie powered and all with her grandfather that was there with her. It was a typical old style build with stuff they garnered from stuff he had in the shop and stuff they gathered at swap meets, really neat.They were friends with Norm Grabowski (longtime rodding icon....see Kookie "T") and he built her a classic shift knob and woodgrained the dash.Total cost was around $5000, it got lots of attention and should appear in some of the publications.