If the prize weren't a Vegas act and $1 million, I might be willing to give Sally Cohn a pass. Even if she did get through over better acts (and that's not to say the acts I'm thinking of didn't completely bomb out in Vegas). But in reality, I don't know if I see someone who screams headliner in this group this year. Even the singers. There's obviously a bigger picture concerned but you have to be able to make it in the industry. I'm not too surprised Kevin Skinner hasn't hit it big, but he seemed like a nice guy and I was hopeful. I don't recall the two other singers who won this show. I'm in agreement on the kid acts. I enjoy the variety aspect of this show but face it, a kiddie dance trio or singing duet probably isn't going to do much aside from the press circuit after the show. I know I mentioned Sally Cohn in my post about not getting their hopes up, but I worry sometimes these kids might have false expectations that even if they don't win, the judges drilled it into their heads that they're that good and/or have an emotional back story that agents will be beating down their doors to sign them. I don't like to see 11 year olds cry in the face of defeat. Some of the kids that come on here are very talented, and if they stick with whatever they're doing will probably only continue to excel. I wonder if there's some sort of stipulation that if an act that's under 18 wins, they make it so the parents can't spend all the money. I'd hope so. There's always going to be the WTF picks, and those with mediocre talent but who have the story. It seems like talent takes a backseat to other criteria in getting ahead on shows like this.