Okay, let's tackle one issue, wouldn't you think handing out numbers early would be the easy part? I can't imagine they don't have security for that place when they are closed. I thought I once heard Binny's LP has a $5M inventory, a flammable one at that (point being the insurance company might require a 24 hour presence). So the security guard comes out every hour, hands out numbers, takes the name of the last person he hands a number to and then does it again an hour later after finding the guy that got the last number. As it gets closer to daybreak, he does it more often. It's an easy solution. Same security guard sees open containers or people out of hand, ask them nicely to leave. If they don't, call the CPD, easy. For those complaining about the size of the line and how it's changed the past couple of years, anybody that has brought a buddy or significant other to mule or because you were trying to get them into it, well you're to blame. I can't imagine there aren't too many of us that haven't tried to get a close friend involved. Then they do the same and the next thing you know you go from #200 at Binny's last year to #850, even though you showed up an hour earlier. It's happened to me at other releases. To whomever said something about paying 1.5x on Thanksgiving, come on man, that's the law. I'd go for at least 2x if I had to deal with a bunch of drunks that pass out in Porta Johns. Speaking of, anybody know if that guy is okay and more importantly, did he make it back for his allotment ?