The tournament was an 800 point, open affair, in 15mm. I played a Feudal Catalan and Medieval Crown of Aragorn army, mainly because I already had the Almughavars. Also, when I had been intending to run the tournament myself, I was intending a theme based on the Oath of Fealty list book, and this was the army that I wanted to use in that. I didn't do too well once again, losing games to French Ordannce and Early Byzantine armies, and defeating an Early Polish one, but one losing game was against possibly the best player in the States, and another to one of the top players. It was all a good time though - I especially enjoyed my game played inside the vendor booth for Silver Eagle Gaming Supplies - and it made for a effective tuneup for the US Open to be held next month in the Boston area. One thing learned for sure, is that it is much tougher playing Almughavars as undrilled rather than as the drilled option that I am more familiar with from later era lists.
Here are a few photos of my games. The lighting was unfortunately rather dim in the basement of the building where we had our games, so I'm sorry if some of the pictures are a bit blurry.