I'm pissed. When I loaded the battery in the digicam this morn, sometimes it changes settings on its own. So I ended up taking a bunch of nice 1/2 meg pics, which are too big to post, and I dont know how to size them, and in my bumbling I ended up deleting the entire folder with those and other pics. Gone. Oh well, NY had mid 40's weather on Saturday and rain, cold rain. It broke around noon and I'm told they had a marginal turnout on Saturday. So today Sunday we had nice sunny but still brisk weather, hi only 60 or so. Since I dont have all the corny boring pics to post I'll whine about BMW. This facility was top shelf, plush, etc etc. Very nice. Coffee and donuts and bagels were available in the AM which was OK. Lunch however was, Hot dogs, OR cheeseburger or a bratwurst, not that they were enforcing double dipping. This also came with a bag of chips, which I felt was el cheapo. We have local dealers put out better food for there open houses, much better. This facility had a full kitchen/cafeteria and a little potatoe and macaroni salad would not have been asking too much, given the type of even this was. I was on a demo ride from 11:30 to 12:30, and when I ate, there wasn't even any chips. This along with the general overall vibes I got from most but not all of the corporate stuffed shirts who represent BMW Motorcycles gave me a less than favorabe impression of there operation. I got the distinct feeling that BMW Motorcycles for a lot of these people is in there salary, not there blood. Typical marketing business types who would jump ship and go work for Coca Cola or any other big $$$ job that came along. So instead of 20 or so pics of GSA's, Olympic torch GS's, cool unique paint jobs on GS's, M3 sedans, Mini Coopers, etc etc, heres the only picture I got, this goddam T shirt, a compass keychain, and a goddam mouse pad, all part of the register (free) package. Anybody got any ideas for what I can do with a goddam mouse pad?