No written feedback on the lyre display, but folks seemed to think it looked good (and in truth, the most obvious bit of ugly is the reverse of the tuning pin bar, and you don't see it unless you flip the instrument over and look for it). A few people got the joke of the documentation title ("Stoppiaþ! Hamor tīma!" for "Stop! Hammer time!")
I brought my Silvershell lyre along and played a good bit. A few people were interested in seeing how it was played, and I was happy to oblige with a quick demo.
The class, "A&S Research for Beginners," had no beginners. I kibitzed about performing A&S research with Richard Wynne for a bit, then a Caidian Minister of Arts and Sciences asked to hear my basic schpiel. If I hadn't needed to run back home right after the class ended, we might have had a discussion on A&S, documentation and competition - she started to say that she would have structured the class by teaching the judging sheet, to my consternation. I had consciously avoided linking authenticated research to judging, as if that were the only reason to do it. I suspect there was some confusion on my part, but I had to run before we could really get into it.