Good grief, who gives a rat's a$$? The idea is to determine whether the program is a good fit for you. Not how well the day is organized. Not how lush the lunch spread is. Not how pretty the power point presentations are. Focus on the big picture, not the minutia. This may be a big day for you, but residents and attending have real patient care responsibilities. In fact, if you think about it, the harder they sell, the more you should wonder what they are hiding. Did they have to go deep into their match list last year? Did this current crop of residents not live up to expectations? Where they take you to dinner doesn't matter. Who shows up doesn't matter. What matters is, will you get good training, good experience, and ultimately, will you get a good fellowship/job? Worrying about anything else reflects your over developed, overinflated ego, grandiosity, and narcissistic personality disorder.