If you pay attention to the agenda, you will see that every session ends with a summary and panel discussion with all the speakers and moderators from that session; and that the entire afternoon of the second day is a wrap-up with ALL speakers and session co-moderators: 2:30 4:45 p.m. All Speakers and Co-Moderators Summary of Each Session Responses by Department of Health and Human Services Federal Agencies Full Workshop Panel Discussion I feel pretty sure that video arrangements to handle that many speakers at once so that they can be seen and heard, webcast live and also recorded, are not as simple as some here are suggesting that they are. And how many of the people here who are complaining about capacity are planning to go to the conference, versus watching it via webcast or archived video, and are therefore personally affected? If the video arrangements were inadequate wouldn't we have a lot more reasons to complain? It still seems a little backward of the Patient Advocate to find it a suspicious circumstance that the conference is booked up. It could be considered equally negative if the conference were NOT fully booked up, equally suspicious if the conference were NOT privileging video/webcast capability over holding the conference in the biggest room possible. Really, I don't see a lot of convincing reasons here for assumptions of bad faith on the part of the conference organizers.