I am removing the previous posts, as it does no one any good to continue to dregde up crap on the net. I have spoken with Mark a few times in the last few months and he is doing his best to rectify many of the remaining problems that existed, not because he was compelled by me, but because he was sincerely trying hard to deal with all of the issues at hand. I hope the Squillante Family recognizes that many of us were angry and upset by the status quo, we couldn't communicate with many of you, which gave way to some conjecture and frustration.
Kunicon is over with, life goes on ^_^.
Many of us, myself included are still working hard in the anime community here in South Florida and abroad to bring everyone more of that great video version of crack we love. If any of you still have pending issues that have yet to be resolved, please pop me an email - although I think Mark has taken care of most if not all of them.
I hope no one holds any grudges, against them, as I judged to quickly. I had my own mistakes for this event. it was a team effort, we all succeed, or we all fail. I dont think we failed, because we learn from our mistakes, So I take it as a growth experience.