So its confirmed that I have an indoor booth. I have 2 options. First is in the back, on the corner, by the bathroom. The bathroom is only for vendors, otherwise this would be an easier choice. This one has a solid wall on the back and a curtain on both sides. The 2nd is in the middle row, between the center and the one side. This one has a curtain on the 3 sides, and apparently metal polls to support the curtains. I want to display 8 frames. I dont know if the weight of these frames would be to much for the metal polls, I dont know how thick they are. There are two rows of frames. The top frame will have a 20x30, a 16x20 and a 20x30. Those 20x30's may turn out to be a 24x30. the 2nd row is two 11x14's, a 16x20 and two more 11x14's. I suspect im going to get a thin poster frame for the 20x30's because I dont want to invest $200 in quality frames that may get stolen since I wont be at the booth 24/7. I do have a portable background stand, thats a pretty good quality, but not heavy duty. It does span 9' or 12', its been a while. Either way the booths are only 8' wide, so I'll loose some space if I use the stand, unless the other vendors dont mind the feet of my stand under their side by half a foot. So far I asked for the middle, but there is still time to ask for the back one. Any advice? edit > forgot to mention that I was thinking of using bunjee cords or rope to go between the metal polls to hold the frames.