Hey guys, I'm attending my first Macworld Expo and I've bought a users conference ticket. However, I want to ensure I don't miss getting into the keynote, so I was hoping someone who has queued before might be able to fill me in on a few details. 1) How early do you really need to be there? I've heard a range of times from 4:00 to 6:00. If you are in the front half of the line, are you likely to get in? If you are at the back (I'm not sure how big the room is), would you get a reasonable view? Does it vary from year to year? 2) I've heard there are overflow rooms for those that do not get in. Is there enough space for everyone in line? 3) Is the line outside or inside? Are you able to get someone (as in someone you know, not just a random person ) to sit in your place in the line so you can get some food or go to the toilet etc? 4) Is line jumping a problem, do you need to make sure people don't cut in front of you? 5) At what point do you know whether you will get into the main presentation room? 6) Is there anything else I should know, but didn't think to ask? Thanks.