If you are in the area, or can get to the show tomorrow, then you must go.
I will post a few pictures later, once my son has downloaded them, but it was very busy, with waaayyy too much eye candy to take in.
Highlights were talking to Chas Roberts and looking at the current DB.... NICE. Also talking to Brian Rourke about custom built frames, and looking at both the road and offroad bikes. My son now has the bug to get himself a Rourke custom road frame
Lots of titanium, my favourite being from qoroz, who are based in Gloucester. They had a 29er which was so 1990's I had to check the wheel size. They also has a cyclocross bike...with dirty tyres. Nice to see real bikes.
Had a look at Ted James stems; very small, very neat and very heavy. Still fancy one for my DB rebuild though.
Really just way too much cool stuff, and if I had the time I would go back tomorrow (on my own) and have a second look.
One funny incident. I took my DB frame to show Chas. Security and organisers pounced on me, unsurprisingly. Once I explained, all was well. I had hoped to leave the frame with Chas, but alas, he had nowhere to store it, so I carried it all round the show and then when it was time to leave I ran into trouble. "Can't let you leave with that I'm afraid sir" said the security guard. 'Oh sh... thought I. After a few minutes discussion, the guard remembered me coming in and talking with the organiser, and so I was free to leave
Great the the security was working well, but it was a bit hairy for me.