Scobol Solo is a tossup only set. It contains 14 regular rounds, one replacement round, and a 60 question championship round, with tiebreakers for all rounds. It is about 400 tossups total.
The main site will be at New Trier (near Chicago), probably on Saturday, October 27. It will be mirrored at Boston Latin the same day. It probably will be mirrored in central and/or southern Illinois at a later date, though that is not yet set in stone.
To mirror, you need to either contribute 20 questions in a subcategory or pay $3 per player. The subcategories that are currently unclaimed are physics, other science, religion/myth, geography, and current events. I prefer to have all questions by September 1, though that is negotiable. (Chem, bio, math, US hist, Eur hist, world hist, military history, US lit, Brit lit, Euro & World lit, poetry, painting, music, other fine arts, and social science/philosophy are already claimed.) If you want to mirror, contact me.
The other two sets are the Masonic Sets, which will be played in Illinois in February and March (Sectionals and State, respectively). Starting the first weekend in March, the Masonic Set and a set with a lot of the same questions but a more standard distribution will be available outside Illinois. The cost is $10 per team.
The distribution of the set last year was:
Science not including Math 5/5
Math 1/3 (non-computational tossups, mixed computational bonuses)
Fine Arts 2/2
Religion and Mythology 1/1
Social Studies 1/1 (geography, US government, psych, econ, current events)
Miscellaneous 1/0 (pop culture, journalism, sports, agriculture, industrial arts, technology, consumer education)
If you want to contribute questions for Masonics, I am paying $1.75 per question. The Math and Fine Arts is claimed, and the rest is still up for grabs. I need most of the questions to be written over the summer, though that is somewhat negotiable.
Past iterations of these sets are available in the Question Database, so feel free to check those out if there are any concerns about quality.
If you are interested in writing or mirroring, contact me.
EDIT: Mexico, Belton, and Orchard Farm in Missouri are using the modified Masonic Set, which will now be known as the Reinstein Set.