Progress on the Mountain Regiment booth is going to be slow. So far I am the only one working on it, and it is not really a huge priority in my life, since real life comes first and such, but I think this idea has some real potential. Please let me know if something seems wrong or if there is a better way to do this. The idea is to have a table of "normal" size (~6' long by 2.5' wide) with a showcase box at the right hand side that contains some epic costume something or other, like a helmet or other prop, and to the left would be a simple halo master chief suit propped up wiht PVC pipe or something, crouching behind a shield cover. Not too intrusive, but enough to catch people's attention. I'm trying to design a pretty simple pamphlet that goes over what the 405th is, some simple bullet points of our community, and basic pepakura / foam pointers along with safety equipment so people can see how easy and realistic it is to design your own Halo character. Along with the table, I think a kit containing basic costume repair supplies and such like would be a needed asset. That way members of the regiment (or anyone else, we're not prejudiced here) can get a quick repair on scene in the case something goes wrong. Time table for the fan table is going to be pretty long, since as I say the materials and parts are not a huge priority. I am not able to attend any events until later in September, and even then my costume will still be hard-pressed to be wearable by that point, so I couldn't really use it until then, anyway. BUT I think this is a great attention grabber for a fan table and even people not interested in Halo will turn and look once they notice a life-size Masterchief glaring menacingly from behind a blast shield. I will use this thread to update progress when is does occur, mirroring the example PerniciousDuke has set forth. If I can come up with something nearly as good as what he's got going, then I've got it made!