Yeah, it was handy. It seemed like a lot of people made their own version of the set times in excel, with all of the bands included. Mine was pre-planned for who I wanted to see. Being that I had the book that they give you with the set times, I didn't need to have all of the bands if I wanted to make a change here or there.
I'm just holding out for more money. Those took a good amount of work. And I posted them and several YSIs of the Excel sheet mere hours after the set-times were announced. And it was accurate to the published set-times, in the same 5 minute increments.
I don't think I'm hosting a 2016 collaborative playlist.
I like it when the times are listed like in hawking's, so it starts with the afternoon at the top and then goes later as you go down the page. The other way where you start with the headliners at the top is confusing to me.