As you get in close to Wittman Field, it does get pretty exciting, but as long as you're keeping your spacing with the aircraft ahead, and watching out for anyone doing anything dumb, it really is a pretty orderly sequence. Much has been made of the dynamic of landing three aircraft on one runway at a time -- and it sure sounds dangerous. But in practice, there isn't really any trick to landing short, medium or long for most GA airplanes. And if there is a warbird or jet in the mix, the controllers will adjust their sequence accordingly. Speaking of controllers, one reason why this works so well is the FAA has the All-Star team on duty -- and plenty of them. There are so many sets of well-trained eyes watching every nook and cranny of the airspace, not much can slip by unnoticed.