As I recall, Boyd was very appreciative and friendly. You had to buy his solo album to meet him. They ran out of CDs, though, and all I got was the album booklet for Boyd to sign, with an IOU for whenever Virgin could get the next shipment in. 50% of Boyd's overall album sales must've been from that night. My girlfriend at the time wore her DMB shirt that he signed. She gave him a hug and said he was really sweaty. I just shook his hand and he said "WASSUP, MAN?" and signed my booklet and he was on to the next person. There were a few thousand people there, and by the time I got to the front of the line, they made everybody stop taking pictures to make the line move faster. That week was the high point of my DMB fandom. Columbus concert was the next day, and then Riverbend was the week after. So much fun!