Well, I've discovered an important lesson on visiting customers in Seattle: don't do it in summer - especially around August. Apparently this is prime vacation time. It reminds me of my summers in Italy as a child (I'm 1/2 Italian if I haven't mentioned before), where Milan was a ghost-town in August.
The result is the turnout to my visits was less than expected. Apparently there was a lot of interest in the topic, but most people weren't around (picking a Friday probably wasn't a great idea either *laugh*).
However, the sessions went well and we did manage to cover a lot of material - again with a lot of good questions. Vista is definately a big deal - no big surprise.
So now it's a bit-o-weekend for me before we begin the Lang.NET symposium next week. That's perfect - a weekend followed by "work", meaning three days of geeking out about languages!