And MAN OH MAN did I learn alot!!!! I got to spend some time with a few ARBA judges and go through the standard of perfection book with them and they told me all about what to expect when I enter my french angora in August. They were very nice, friendly and helpful people. Everyone there showing was friendly as well. I FINALLY got to meet a local french angora breeder that is pretty well known out here, and it turned out that he wanted to meet ME because of the rabbits I recently purchased. He said that he HAD to meet me because "I got some really great show stock". I knew they were grand champions, but I did NOT know that someone like him already had my name attached to them!!! He lives fairly close to us and has offered to come over and go over proper grooming, nail trimming, show points, etc. And!!!! He taught me how to hand spin my wool!!!! It is really super easy to do. I bought the tool and he sent me home with a big bag of wool to practice with. I could manage a fairly even strand after just two minutes with the tool. I decided that Rex's, mini-rex and dutch are not for me. However, I really loved the mini holland lops and the netherland dwarfs. Super cute bunnies!!!! Giant Flemish are HUMONGOUS! Robo Rabbits.