Just kind of curious, I've done one trial with Romeo so far, and it went fine. We qualified on one run, and NQ'd on the other (my mistake). Here they usually do a two-day event, two 'trials' on each day, so four trials in all. I'm considering taking the first weekend in August off, and getting a cheap motel room and doing both days. (Anyone near NH want to meet up?!). So you need three qualifying scores in a level (A) to gain that level's title, and to move to the next level. What happens if you are entered in four 1-A level classes, but you gain the title the first day? Can you move up to level 2 on the second? I'm also wondering about the A/B thing for the level...you cannot compete in the B level classes until you have your title, correct? So supposing we qualified in both trials the first day, we could move into Level 1 B, and Level 2 A the next day? I'm also kind of wondering about some of the etiquette. I was a little surprised at the first trial I went to, everyone knew each other very well (they were even calling an exhibitor because she wasn't there!). I got an email prior to the trial stating "if it all goes well and we all pitch in, we should be wrapped up by 4pm". Is it expected for you to stay to the end of the trial? They were also asking for volunteers, people brought snacks to share..are these things 'expected'? Or no big deal? Anything else I should know? OH, and one last question...I suppose it's frowned upon to bring a dog that is not competing along? If I'm going to be spending the night, I would love to have Skye with us too, and to get her used to the trial atmosphere. I think I will be alone, I would be crating her while I'm in the ring at least, though she might bark...a lot. I could technically enter her in a class but I don't think she would qualify. How do you guys handle trialing two dogs at the same time? I don't recall seeing one person handling two dogs at the last trial. Thanks everyone .