there is a lot missing from this thread, like where it would be, what type of aircraft would it have, how long would it last?
registration fee, camping, organizing, etc. Information that is needed for any boogie.
With so many boogies going on now and so many newer jumpers that haven't been to WFFC, you can't count on reputation alone. You need to sell us on WHY we should go. I went in '05. It would take a LOT for me to make that drive from Atlanta.
I think a nice lineup of exotic aircraft would pull me. I realize turbines are a lot more common at people's home DZ's, but there's still sooooo many things that fly that I'd like to jump out of I hear the WFFC was famous for that.
I would strongly consider making the trip if it were hosted again.
If there were lots of different things to jump out of or off. With lots of people and lots of dealers so I might be able to try out some new gear. For sure I will through a bunch of people in my car for it.
If it is the same as years gone past then I would go. I would give it at least one shot, showing up hoping it lives up to the hype.
After this layoff I think the first year performance would make or break the event. If the first time back isn't totally awesome then it probably will never come back what it used to be. So I hope if it does get planned again a lot of stuff gets put into it.