Richard Doyle contacted me and I had a conference call with him and two of the SolidWorks World organizers. We discussed some of the moreworrisome conflicts and they are going to see what they can do. I called out 14 conflcits that jumped out at me, reinforcing that they have to think hard about the guy going to the show when making the schedule. For instance, the engineering manager looking at purchasing a PDM system is probably going to want to see an intro session, an advanced session on customizing pdm (to see what he can do with it down the line) and might be very interested in a session about how to manage large assemblies WITHOUT pdm. Ooops - all three sessions are at the same time. To their credit, scheduling this sort of thing is a b*** - there are only so many rooms, some sessions are one hour while others are 1.5, there are only 3 hands-on rooms, some people present multiple times, etc. I don't think I would want the job of making that schedule. There is probably no way that all the conflicts will go away, but they are definatley going to try. I guess its a couple of weeks until they open up online sign-up for sessions,so there is still time for them to make some of the conflicts go away.