Renaissance Man, Overall Track Winner - Gabe Dobkin
Tournament Champion, Generalship Track Winner - Tony Kopach
I'm identifying brackets by their Day 1 record, rather than numerically. Generally, the later you received your losses, the higher your bracket was within same win-loss record.
4-0 Bracket Winner - Tony Kopach
3-1 Bracket Winners - Ray Tautic, Andrew Sutton, Alex Fennell
2-2 Bracket Winners - Jorge Ruiz, James Watkins, Simon Leen, Will Pauley
1-3 Bracket Winners - David Key, Daniel Pardo, Bill McFadden, Mark Ferek
0-4 Bracket Winner - Todd Cornell
Heart of Gold - Sportsmanship - Justin Hilderbrandt
Justin was chosen randomly from among the 16 or so tied for tops; I'll re-collate those names when I get an opportunity. Random 2nd and Random 3rd among the best were Sean Nayden (who won the Heart of Gold in Justin's absence), and Stephen Chase (of the 11th Company Podcast)
A QUICK EXPLANATION!
In the middle of the awards, after giving Joe Johnson his award for Best Conversion for his Salamanders Commander, I paused the awards to confer with the Appearance Judges still there. The Chief Appearance Judge, Geoff Redding, had to leave by that point to catch the last Metro out of dodge.
Gabe Dobkin rightly won Best Army Appearance, Chris Dubuque rightly won Best Single Mini, and Joe Johnson rightly won Best Converted Mini. The problem was, I'd initially not planned on awarding major awards to the same person twice - since Dobkin won Renaissance Man after Appearance Winners were decided, I was trying to see if we should award "down" ... unfortunately doing so would also screw up Single Mini and Conversion, as Dubuque and Johnson were very close to the "best" choice in Overall Army Appearance.
We did NOT change any of the awards, in the end, because it was too late in the process and the winners really were the best of the bunch - the Appearance Judges took a great deal of time to select them, and the right thing to do was stick with the true winners, even though this meant Dobkin went home with a TON of swag :)
So, re-congratulations to the appearance winners ... we should have some stronger photos of each of these coming soon ...
Best Overall Army (Sum of All Parts) - Gabe Dobkin, for his Cobra Commander Army
Best Single Mini (Well Beyond Crayon) - Chris Dubuque, for his Sanguinor
Best Single Conversion (A Miniature Frankenstein) - Joe Johnson, for his Salamanders Commander
Finally, the results, with Codex Attached ...
In general, here is how each codex performed, pending one army I still need to fill in that I'm trying to track down the list for:
6 x Black Templars (26-30) 46.4%
22 x Blood Angels (97-79) 55.1%
6 x Chaos Daemons (16-32) 33.3%
6 x Chaos Space Marines (16-32) 33.3%
5 x Dark Angels (23-17) 57.5%
14 x Dark Eldar (58-54) 51.8%
6 x Eldar (21-27) 43.8%
32 x Grey Knights (140-116) 54.7%
21 x Imperial Guard (88-80) 52.4%
3 x Necron (11-13) 45.8%
10 x Ork (39-41) 48.8%
27 x Space Marines (96-120) 44.4%
25 x Space Wolves (106-94) 53%
6 x Tau (18-30) 37.5%
10 x Tyranids (34-46) 42.5%
4 x Witch Hunters (15-17) 46.9%
AND THE RESULTS!
When using the excel sheet and sorting, your Overall Standing is found by sorting the Renaissance Man column. Your Generalship Standing is found by sorting the Competitive column. Obviously Appearance Standing is done by the same for the Appearance Column. I've printed a few PDFs and linked those to make some of the sorting easier for those who don't want to fiddle around in excel.