I went and it was amazing!
There were around 50-100 eletronic musicians there. Some had vintage synthesizers. There were a LOT of laptops. A fair number of people made their own instruments. Any attendee could set up in the jam room and play all day. Needless to say that's where I spent most of my time.
My ZX (Zennie) fit right into the whole scene (mine was the only one there). A few folks had seen one before...about half had heard of one...and a couple of people might end up getting one. A lot of people asked if they could play it (I obliged of course). I heard a lot of compliments about the quality of the craftsmanship and I told everyone who asked where they could get one. I felt like a real Zendrum ambassador.
I learned that this gathering started in Philadelphia, PA a few years ago. This is the first time the event has been held outside of Philadelphia. If you're into experimental eletronic music, Electro-Music (http://electro-music.com/
) is the place to go. They're really nice folks.