Did you get any? What was it?
(Vetting an A meet in 2006 was when I really got confident in my precision map reading skills)
Not really, it was more of just go out and set the controls. But it was very easy, because we were doing this for the white/yellow/orange courses for the scouts this weekend at OSW.
For the more complex stuff, Jon told me to come in from a bombproof AP. Once verifying flag (to include location and control description), we had to select another unique feature on the way out to use as sort of a reverse AP. If something didn't make sense, then it was a series of attacking in off of 3+ features until we were sure we had it right. Could take awhile, but really good precision map and compass work.