I saw the under 30s meetup and thought initially that it was a little bit of a silly idea, but upon further reflection, I now think that there's some merit to only meeting with a select group. So I was thinking if there would be any interest of a meeting that was exclusively for investors that were experienced? The exact definition can obviously be discussed, but I thought maybe 3 IPs and 3 years experience would be a good minimum. Now I've got nothing against talking to newbies, but it seems that whenever I go to an event, the vast majority of people seem to either have no investment properties or just one or two. So often the flow of information is predominately from me to the other person and not all the bidirectional. It might have to do with me as well, as I'm not a real people person, so I'd rather speak to a few people for a longer time rather than being a social butterfly and talking to everyone for a little while. But perhaps some others feel the same way that I am. So, good or bad idea?