The game went really well. I spread my characters out a bit to make sure I didn't gang up on my son, although we did trade a number of shots. The highlight of the game was my TN 9 (pretty bad) townie who compensated for his lack of skill by running up and shotgunning three people in the face. He wound up the last man standing.
In addition to the game of Gutshot, we played a game of Dixit from the con's impressively large collection of board games available. That's a game I've been looking at and will probably pick up soon, as it seems like it would be a fun game for our family, which includes a couple of "non-gamer" members.
There was also a nice miniatures painting track with sponsorship from Reaper, Mantic and Black Orc Games. While Mik and I had a speed painting contest on a free Gallup (which didn't have a guitar-- we were wondering what the strap was for!), Number One Sun painted up a cool Tiger Swordsman, with tiger stripes and blood spray all over the miniature like only a very enthusiastic ten year old could paint.
A local gaming store sponsor, Organized Play, raffled a $10 gift certificate to the younger con attendees. They only had two entrants in the end, though, and they gave them both one. Very cool of them!
Number One Son and I stopped by on our way home and picked up some Star Wars Clone Wars trade paperbacks and, with a little monetary supplement from the old man, the TPB of the greatest comic so far of the 21st century, Axe Cop.
All in all, a small show, but I definitely felt like we got our $10 worth of fun out of it in just the short time we were there. I would love to have stayed longer and maybe gotten into an RPG with Number One Son. I think we will definitely make more of an effort to clear time out of our schedule for the next show.