I had the great opportunity of attending the Association of Moving Image Archivists annual meeting and discovered a few things. First, Cornell University Library is at a good place in developing an audiovisual preservation workflow. With an established AV digitization service point and our first ingestion into CULAR on the horizon, DCAPS continues to expand and shape very innovative, yet practical goals. This is one of the biggest steps facing the AV archiving community and I was happy to share some of the progress we’ve made with the larger field at AMIA. It was very encouraging to see so many sympathetic nods.