Now in its seventh year, the annual world's largest gathering of Scion owners took to Knott's Berry Farm, filling the Southern California amusement park nearly to capacity with more than 4,000 xBs, xDs, xAs, and tCs. New this year was a world-record-breaking interrupted caravan of 535 Scions leaving from Irwindale, CA, (sound familiar?) and parading down the 605 in rush hour traffic to the event. Returning was a Halloween-themed challenge in which rival Scion teams squared off to construct the best all-around carnival-game-themed booth (Shouts go out to Fuscion's haunted house and Exclusive Scions' games, photo booth, etc.), and Scion's collaboration with the USMC's Toys for Tots, allowing Scion owners/carpoolers admission to Knott's "Scary" Farm (like the regular version, but haunted) with the donation of at least one $10 toy per person-25K toys were collected. The car of the show was undoubtedly the '11 tC, with time-attack/drag racer Christian Rado's personal, boosted, street-driven version sitting low on 19x9.5s and bragging over 300 whp . . . with 25 miles on the odometer!