I just got back from the show. I got there late and only had 1.5 hrs to look around. I've seen worse. Tons of handguns. Enough freakin glocks to build a house out of. A small number of 'captain' style guns (older army types). A fairly large number of black guns. Wall to wall cheap knives, but several nice ones also. Prices appeared to be way, way high, although I didn't try any haggling. All in all I enjoyed my short trip there. It was better than mythbuster reruns.
I've about sworn off gun shows. You used to be able to find deals but now everything is priced higher than street prices at the tables. Got a great deal on 10/22 recently but that was off someone walking in the door. I generally decide to save my $7/person.
Last few have been quite good as far as the variety of guns. Reloading supplies were still non-existent last week. At least one ammo supplier had lots of stock and somewhat reasonable prices.
When I first went to one in Southaven about 6 or 7 years ago I thought it was the poorest excuse for a gun show that existed. Hardly any guns worth even a glance. Didn't go again until last year when looking for reloading supplies. Found primers and power at that one, but almost none since then. However, there seems to be a much greater emphasis on actually selling "guns" at this gun show now. Even if I don't want to buy a gun, I sure do like to look at them anyway.