I would say the crowd was half and half.
Mike Brown, Security Training Concepts was an advocate we all can take pride in. I gave him an A++ for the evening.
Dickson Amoah, National African American Gun Association (NAAGA) 761st gun club was also pretty good, no one got up on him.
Javondlynn Dunagan, JMD Defense & Investigations former probation officer, private investigator, ladies of steel gun club had 1 or 2 aspects I was uncomfortable with, but overall she also was an asset.
Ben Ferdinand, Benjamin Specialties, LLC - Modern Firearms pointed out that one of Javondlynn Dunagan's examples would have her breaking current laws.
The two most salient things I took away from it was Zachary Draves, Pillars Community Health pointing out that most of the mentally ill usually ended up victims of (misused firearms)
sort of unsaid between the lines was that applying the mental health excuse to the problem was just another scapegoating attempt.
Since I just said thingS, the other is that there were significant efforts made by many of the friendly part of the panel to distinguish the possession of a TOOL, from the evil actions of it's "operator".