There were a few instances where I wasn't happy with the moderators, but they were still largely better than what I encounter at an IESA match.
Round 1: A Player on Station A is negged on his 2nd buzz of the day on "(widely known fictional character)" and then the other team is awarded the TU when giving the exact same answer line. The mod AND scorekeeper both professed to have heard "(a nonsense term that shares the first two syllables with the answer line)"
Round 2: Another player on Station A is negged on the first TU attempted, being counted out for stalling. He was clearly trying to buzz first, yet his light wasn't lit on the moderator's panel. This caused confusion because, though the moderator looked at him, he knew it wasn't his light so he was hesitant about trying to answer but did quickly blurt out the book title as the moderator called time. NAQT rules say that ties go to the player, but I, understandably, never see that enforced. But even setting that aside, a Trickum parent pointed out that his buzzer had come unplugged from the system. In summary, it didn't seem like we should be negged for a problem caused by a combination of the lockout AND the moderator technically recognizing the wrong player.
Round 10: Buzz on (specific geologic feature) was not prompted in a downstairs room when a more general answer was given. Everyone else I've spoken with said it was prompted in their rooms when the same thing happened.