This match was outstanding. No two stages felt the same. Over-the-top, IPSC style swinger. Use of the popper flopper targets that really made you think about how to shoot the stage.
Half-day format where you shot 9 stages in 5 hours, no delays. Didn't paste a target all day. Plenty of shade, cold water on the bays. The administration of this match set a very high bar. Will be tough to beat. If they host it again, don't miss it.
First person view of all 9 stages from Ken Chang who came in 5th, smack dab in the middle of the 8 (!!!) Production GMs that shot this match. Are match bumps a thing still?
The one hiccup at the match was the stage at 2:05 where some folks stood on the back of the wall to shoot the popper before activating. Most people stood on the back of the wall and shot the swinger before activation because it was technically part of the shooting area. Unfortunate, but I don't think that one thing changed the overall order of finish in Production, so, meh.
Sometimes you get burned by trying to make interesting stages. Shit happens.