So... my book is in draft format. It needs a lot of fluffing, but the plot is there and I don't expect that aspect of the book to change very much. I'll be at a conference this weekend and will have the opportunity to attend a pitch session. While my book isn't ready for a real pitch, what do you guys think about visiting a few agents/editors at this session and letting them know up front that it's not a "real" pitch... I'm just asking what their feedback would be if it were ready? Or is that just wasting everyone's time? I'm really undecided about this. I don't want to waste a potential opportunity to practice and get real-agent feedback; nor do I want to waste anyone's time. Thoughts? Personal experience to share?