I'll be there.
There are always a few vendors, and presentations on Saturday afternoon, but, it's not primarily a "show". Friday is pretty informal, lots of people practicing, others milling about. There are some opportunities to try equipment, though this is a bit limited due to space considerations. Saturday morning is mens open qualifiers, afternoon presentations. Sunday morning finals, in full drama. There is a silent auction often in which interesting items appear. It is a place to watch great casting -- the top competitors are really, really good. It is a good place to meet and talk to people about all aspects of speycasting. If you are serious about speycasting you really should attend at least once if you can.