There were either more cosplayers than I expected or I was too focused on the cosplayers. Many of the faces I saw I've seen at other conventions. I suppose TACs target only locals.
Most of the people there sat in groups on the floor, some occasionally danced, and others displayed a free hugs campaign. MTAC was pretty much how other TACs are: small and simple. Other than checking out the dealers room and attending some of the activities they held, there's not much to do.
My friend Jennifer and I ended up walking down the hallway and back again about 6 times looking for something interest to do or to watch. With my sister, Jennifer and I watched a bit of Anime Flash and Win, Lose, or Draw.
I took a lot of pictures, but I didn't notice that many of them were blurry until I got home to load them to my convention collection. (>_<) I need to work on keeping my hands still. I noticed that there were a lot of people with video cameras. It was so hard to avoid them! It's like every move you make gets recorded by someone.
I believe I am not getting better at these video-slideshow things. ("._.) At least the ending's brief.
Conclusion: Small conventions are more fun when people engage in self-made activities.