As a member of the planning committee for ACRL’s 13th National Conference, to be held in April 2007 in Baltimore, I spent time at this ALA Midwinter conference at various conference planning meetings. Although the Minneapolis conference in 2005 will be tough to top, this great group of conference planners, led by the always dynamic and enthusiastic Mary Reichel, will be working hard to deliver an even better conference experience for attendees. In particular, the planning group is looking at ways to improve two events that were the source of some discontent at the 2005 conference. Clearly, the poster sessions were way too crowded owing to many presenters and a lack of space, and that is definitely being addressed for Baltimore. In addition, the workshops are incredibly popular but often all of those who want to attend just can’t get into the sessions. The committee is considering ways to allow for more attendees to get to the workshops. There is still a long way to go until we get to Baltimore, but this conference appears to be in very capable hands.