I thought I would post my observations from the roadmap today in St. Louis. I have been a GTD'er for about 5-6 months and didn't really know what to expect from the Roadmap.
I was pleasantly surprised, having had not so great experiences with some big name speakers/authors in the past, the information was very practical, enough theory to explain why it works, but more importantly to me, was how to make it work. I have been pretty good about using the system at its most basic, but now feel very confident in taking it up notch.
I'm glad that I have been doing it for a while prior to the Roadmap, people around me where very overwhelmed by the volume of the system, and I may have fallen into that trap if I wasn't relatively familiar with it already. In fact, the person on my left asked at one point if I really thought I would use all those lists, I pulled out my Palm and showed him that I really do. Not 30 seconds later the lady on my right laughed about ever having an empty InBox, I pulled out my Palm and showed her I really do!
David is a very engaging speaker, and was very approachable during the breaks. They provided a copy of GTD, which he graciously signed.
It was really a first class event all the way, and I would recommend it fully to anyone that is familiar with the program, but would recommend at least reading the book, prior to attending in order to get maximum benefit.
I will be happy to attempt to answer any questions.