I went to the show in Cobb County this weekend looking to improve my carry holster situation and to check out the XD 45. This was the first show I have attended in many years and I came away disappointed. I was surprised at the selection of holsters. All I saw were brand names I never heard of that seemed to be of inferior quality. I didn't even see an Uncle Mike's for sale. As for the firearms, there seemed to be a lot of table space being wasted on rusty scrap metal shaped like guns. I couldn't comment on the prices for new handguns, as I haven't purchased a firearm in years. I have bought most of what I own at shows because that was where the best prices were. Finally, the show seemed small, with specialty tables (such as mags, books, ammo) limited to one or two dealers. The whole experience left me with the feeling of being in a Wally World for guns. I post this because, as I said, I haven't been to a show in years, and I am curious to know if this is how shows in GA are now. Was it just the venue (Cobb Civic Center IS a bit small), the time of year, the promoter, or is it typical? I could see how the Internet would cut into the business of everything but the firearms, but I used to go to shows where I could have shopped a half-dozen holster dealers. BTW, the XD looked like a nice piece, but seemed a bit thick for a CC compared to the 1911.