Well, not really because the main lectures are now over. But the seminar had very strong participants, and I found the discussions very productive. The lectures by Larry White, Pete Leeson and Chris Coyne were outstanding, and of course Israel Kirzner's talk was a particular high point of the seminar. I was particularly intrigued by Kirzner's discussion of Hayek's discussion of Jevon's Law of Indifference, or the Law of One Price, and how he related that discussion to Mises's discussion in Profit and Loss. You can see some of the points he was making in his brilliant monograph How Markets Work, 40ff.
If you are interested in pursuing advanced study in Austrian economics, I hope you will consider attending this seminar next year.