That ain't going to be me. Stand in that line early. Nor was I willing to stand in the all day line 40yards deep. GW & FW had two, count them two clowns running the check out over Wifi.
We showed up around 12:30. While scoping out the vendor hall and playing demos, I checked even to see if the "big black book 8" was even available. It was. What, stand in that line? Those punters can suck it.
I walked up, picked a chump, and paid him 20 to buy the book for me. Then waited for his turn to check out which was next. Scored Malevolence in less than 10 minutes of my time.
We returned to the demo tables. All sad sorry games this time. A giant robot smash them up, way too Japanese cartoony. A WWII skirmish, you can't beat BoltAction. A pirate ship game, Sails of glory is better.
Infinity was a shining star. The action/re-action phase is simple when compared to Force on Force. If you can see you shoot, duck back/dodge, or move. The minis have a D&D list of characteristics that slows play. They should have stolen the quality dice idea.