The UT-Austin invitational last weekend:
Hovercraft was run spectacularly well; the setup and track were flawless and the proctors were very knowledgeable about the event. Additionally, they were also really helpful about resolving schedule conflicts. My partner and I had a problem where we used the same battery in our robot arm and normally, we would schedule hovercraft to be before Robot Arm so we could just take the battery and device out of the room. However, that wasn't the possible at Ut, but the proctor personally took the battery up to Robot Arm in order to let us compete in both events. All in all, it was a really great experience, and I hope they know how much we appreciated it.
Secondly, WIDI at UT has always been run by the same person, and year after year they prove to be challenging structures that are a pleasure to build (or this time, write!) for me. A lot of other tournaments don't use stickers a lot (and that's not a bad thing either), but I just wanted to point out an instance of when they're used in a really cool way. Every time I've been to UT, the structures have always been good.