On the last day of the workshop, various people were asked to talk about where they would like to be (or the field to be) in ten years. Rita Tojeiro (St Andrews) gave a nice argument that large LSS surveys are going to be critical and valuable for understanding galaxy evolution. Aaron Dotter (ANU) noted that, among other things, we are going to know a huge amount about stellar binaries. This is important for understanding stars (dynamics and eclipses to get masses and radii), exoplanets (inferences depend on multiplicity), and star formation.
It was a great meeting and thanks go to Charlie Conroy (CfA) for organizing (and for paying for all the food!).