I think selling project machines in the auction also has an effect on the swap meet. I counted maybe 5 machines in the swap total. There were a lot of people at the swap, but it had very few items there to buy. Imagine if they said only working machines in the hall, and nonworking projects in the swap. Several of us drive a long way to the show to look for reasonable projects to work on. If the swap doesn't improve and most projects are sold at the auction, then it won't be worth our effort. I love many things about the TPF, but Allentown has a better balance of playable machines and swap projects.