I had a wonderful time.
I spent most of my time at Games on Demand, which is just a stellar room. GM's volunteer to run games in either 2 or 4 hour slots. Every even numbered hour, there's a lottery for players who want to play games and they get to pick from those available in that slot. It's such a wonderful environment.
For one, the organizers do a great job of being inclusive and making sure the atmosphere and environment is inclusive as well. I've never had to kick someone out of one of my games, but as a GM I feel empowered to do it if that person is being disruptive.
There's a great selection of indie games. Each GM brings with them the games that they love (or are excited about at that time). Fiasco, Apocalypse World (and many, many, many games based on it), Mythender, various LARPS, a few game playtests, Fall of Magic and dozens more were all played. Even some Feng Shui 2, AD&D and D&D 5E (though these are definitely not focuses of the room).
I got to run 4 games and play in 3 more, plus the evening of games with other volunteers was tons of fun. We played Ghost Court, a LARP that's basically People's Court... but with the addition of ghosts.
I went to eat at St. Elmo's. I love St. Elmo's. I set aside a large portion of money so I can eat there and have whatever I want. Their shrimp cocktail is so wonderful, I had to go back and get another one on a different day. My steak was one of the 5 best steaks I've ever had. The level of service and the mood there is something I love and it's a near holy experience for me.
I had a bevy of wonderful interactions with people I had never met before. It wasn't 100% positive like last year, but my % of positive to negative was still exceptionally high. I also had some lull's in action that I couldn't find something to do, but otherwise it was excellent.