Let me start by saying this is kind of an annoyance that in the grand scheme of Quakecon isn't that big of a deal. Me and my friend went to drop off our PCs last night (Wednesday night) and play a little. It was just after 10pm, so we figured it wouldn't be too busy, plus we had QDQ, so it would be even quicker. We were wrong. We get to the QDQ line and we're 4th and 5th in line. Cool. The regular BYOC people had 2 lines and each were about 15-20 deep. I guess they said Go to the regular lines because they took off. By the time I was 2nd in line, everyone in the regular lines had gone through and more. We considered jumping in the regular lines since they were going quicker than the QDQ, but they kept filling up with more people and we figured it would bite us in the butt to move. So we stayed and eventually got in. There are two things that I want to point out here. First, the regular line workers were all business and knocking it out, while the QDQ team were a little more talkative. I'm okay with that, because that's the type of event it is. That part doesn't annoy or anger me. Second, the QDQ line was on the outside and the scanner guy (I always forget his name though he's been doing this since I can remember) constantly kept getting asked for directions on where to go for QDQ and regular BYOC, which took up a lot of time. I guess that's the annoying part and the main reason for this post. They should've had someone else directing people. We paid extra for QDQ and while we may still get our money's worth, the big part is skipping the big line to get in quicker. Technically, we skipped the bigger line, but did not get in quicker. We felt like we wasted the money on QDQ. All that said, we got into the BYOC in about 30-40 minutes and got to set up and play some, so don't shed a tear for us. I would like to see that part improved upon next year as the layout gets tweaked. Edited because Dave2Point0 is a douchenozzle.