I made a partial effort to state my case in another forum, so I will just restate it here for my own conscience:
1) I still think the M/F21 middle finals for the CSU A event are too long.
2) Both day 1 green courses are too long, but especially Green Y.
I hope I am wrong.
With respect to point 2, I will be wrong if winning times on green are 50-55 minutes. With respect to point 1, I will be wrong if winning times are more than 30 minutes*. By those criteria I do not expect to be wrong, but I suppose people do dispute what is wrong and right these days.
* This criterion is not currently reflected in the current USOF rules, but it is in the soon to be published USOF rules for middle events that include multiple courses on one day. Those rules changes nod to recent program changes at WOC, for instance, where qualis had a winning time of 25 minutes and the final 33 minutes. I suppose it is germane whether US "elite" performances are more or less susceptible to relative degradation when running back to back on one day. I don't have an opinion about that.
Run16:00  shoes: 9 2007 Saucony
Run6:00  shoes: 9 2007 Saucony
Warmup, part 2. First 3 minutes at 7mph, then 2 at 8, and 1 at 8.5.
Run20:00 2.78 mi (7:12 / mi) shoes: 9 2007 Saucony
This was silly easy.
Level 8, 8.1 mph. Took it up to 8.5 at 16, and then to 10 by 19, and 10.5 by 19:30. It all felt swell.
Run16:00 1.6 mi (10:00 / mi) shoes: 9 2007 Saucony
Started at level 6, then went up to 8, 10, and 12% over the last 6 minutes, by 2.
Run warm up/down 2:00  shoes: 9 2007 Saucony
Just some random cooldown.
Some machines and then 3 circuits
Magnificent came on as I was finishing up and that is such a great song I had to do some extra.
Machines and into threee circuits, like last time. Finished 2 minutes early so some more abs and pushups. Also, did some jumpies for the first time in ages. Didn't hurt the butt, but did hurt my left ankle on the left and right sides of my heel.
Also, I noticed that my left knee (not the one I injured last year) clicks when I go down into deep squats. It doesn't hurt when doing this, but it is weird.
Run1:00:00 shoes: Reebok Bobby Curtis
A total of 1 hour of running. Mostly 1% grade and very easy.
Run warm up/down 10:00  1.0 mi (10:00 / mi) shoes: Spring 2009 Integrators
Easy warmup on the trail.
Orienteering race 1:25:26  *** 11.5 km (7:26 / km) +490m6:07 / km shoes: Spring 2009 Integrators
2009 Flying Pig Blue Long. Another really, really nice course. Almost too nice. There were moments during that course that I felt like I was out running in the park. It was beautiful. Course setting was also quite good, again demonstrating OCIN's unerring ability to get the most out of marginal terrain.
My performance was lacking.
Another OCIN accomplishment--really good map printing. Granted, it isn't highly complex terrain, but their printing was of equal utility with offset, and I can rarely say that.
They do such a great job with their meets. What a club! If only the terrain was better...
(One caveat--there has been a tendency for them to set inappropriate beginners' legs on relays and apparently they did so this time as well.)