If you are into modernism and sweeping views (both having their merits), I think you would give the show an A+. If you are strictly a cottage or rustic style person (our favorites), maybe a B - but still worth going.
Our favorite house was #2, which was a more rustic style. Incredibly, it had a small kitchen (we liked it), and nothing was pretentious. I think the best feature was the king trusses, used both inside and out.
We also liked the doors, which were done in a craftsman style:
One of these days when I don't have 20 other projects going, I am going build doors like this and replace all or our hollow-core, six panel, yes-they-were-cheap ones in our main living areas.
I saw this drop-leaf console table in two of the houses.
I am planning on copying this design for a coupe of display tables I will build over the winter.
This was the nicest looking outdoor kitchen...
Not a large area, but very well done.
My DW really liked the foot spa:
I consider this was the most "interesting" piece of art:
Bronze GI Joe men as a focal point. I like climbing, but I think this would be a bit much in the stairwell.
Some interesting points:
As I stated, the show was worth the trip.