With the terribly horrendous weather the last month in Chicago I've barely been able to fly. Low ceilings, icing risk and generally bad weather have thrown a wrench into my IFR training regimen. And now the plane is going in for annual in about a week. To try and keep some modicum of aviation in my life I signed up for the "Chicago 99s Aviation Expo 2023" hosted by the FAASafety group this Saturday. Seems like they have a number of interesting sessions for both VFR and IFR pilots. My question is has anyone done these seminar/training sessions before and have any feedback or guidance on what to expect? Alternatively any advice for how to get the most out of it? I'd read about the wings program before but never pursued it - have people found it to be a good time investment?