I've been wondering that ever since the previous website and forums re-make was announced. Seems like some stuff we get response or answers to, some not. My suggestion a couple of O'Fests in a row to make the memorial O'Fest awards somewhat more meaningful than they already are, particularly the former 'Charley Sutey Longest Distance Driven to O'Fest' award, by somewhere, either in the O'Fest printed program, or at least on the O'Fest website, including some brief blurb about who Charley Sutey was , with a photo, and why the award was named after him, appears not to have been ignored - it appears the solution has been to simply drop Charley Sutey's name off the award. Times and things change, sure, but there's little point in having memorial awards at all, ever, if the memorial part is just someday destined to be wholly ignored. Parker Spooner Most Original What?? Who? Yale who? Charley who? Phil Who? Satch who? I just drove from Fairbanks to the Florida Keys for my O'Fest Trophy! YEEE-HAW! The point of a memorial award is to honor the memory of the person in whose name the award is given! No context = no meaning. However, that's just one relatively minor point about one small thing in one event; I doubt anybody's losing any sleep over that!