This year the traffic handling was much better. Actually excellent for the size of the thing. So they got a handle on that issue. I went Fri and Sat. and now it is coming down to, will it rain? Started out deciding what to put on my feet on Friday. Took boots with rubber bottoms put on. But got there and thought not so bad so stuck with my Nikes. Was fine till the on and off rain started really going. Later my feet were wet thru and thru. Sunday those Nikes are still damp. Saturday I put on the boots with the rubber covers on and never had to give another thought to that aspect. Except for their weight! Very heavy compared to Nikes. The bummer was the weather. Flea marketers without tents were pretty much out of business most of the time. Others just let it go and equipment dribbled water out of the insides when examined. I assume those bits are destined for the dump or back next year with new rust. Inside was not bad but these are open buildings. So oddly we had clouds and off and on rain showers and occasionally the sun would actually pop out. This turned it into a nice sauna when that happened! Some areas had improvements to suppress the mud like asphalt paths, but the grass areas got muddy regardless, after all the rain and traffic. Overall much better for me than last year except for the weather. Flea market sales seemed rather sluggish for Dayton. My buddy usually sells most of his stuff on Friday and pretty thin by mid Sat, but he has to go back Sunday to try to move more, now.