When I walked in it was easy to notice that the room was about one-fourth of the size of the other large shows. Admissions was still $10 so I had hopes for a similar show before starting out in the room. It only took me about 40 minutes to walk around the room including when I looked at many rows twice.
On a positive note, there was ample time to look at everything in the room. There was a bit of all of the usual stuff - old, new, miscellaneous, supplies and autographs. I found a few dealers with Kellogg's cards, but I didn't see any unique items.
One dealer had a 1981 Kellogg's factory set. That's the one that everyone seems to have. I like the set, but it is certainly over-produced like most of the other 1981 baseball cards. I didn't buy the set since it was quite pricey.