Wednesday - Setup day. At the usual time, I'll post about my Game of the Year. That evening, I may have something to say about setup or the team.
Thursday - Day one. I'll post as often as I can during the day via my phone, with a (probable) longer post in the evening to wrap up my impressions.
Friday and Saturday - I'll try to keep the same basic schedule as Thursday, but these days are busier.
Sunday - On Sunday, the exhibit hall closes earlier, but then we get into teardown, so don't expect much from me until late, when I will post my overall impressions of the show.
Monday - HOOOOOOME!
Next Wednesday - Nothing. I'm taking a week off.
This year, the Asmodee crew is huge. As in "Roughly 50 people," huge. And I don't know even a fraction of everyone there. Most of last year's truly excellent crew have signed on for another year, and we have a few new faces as well.
I'll admit that there are a few faces I'll be missing from the last year or two, but change is inevitable.
They also posted a (very brief) preview of some of the games and events we'll have in the booth over on Facebook.
From the look of things, this will be the best-organized GenCon for me so far. Of course, I've said that every year - Asmodee's management team has been slowly adjusting things just a little bit more every year.
With as many people as we have, it needs to be the most-organized ever.
I. Can't. Wait.