I went... I tried on Friday and Saturday but the lines were too long for me to wait, so I finally went again on Sunday morning at 10. I waited an hour in line, and then once I got in, I spent almost two hours looking at the shoes. They had mostly past season prints and textures available, but all the Toms classics for men and women were $20 a pair. Wedges were $35. They also had cordones and botas but I wasn't interested in those. Ballet flats were sold out. Kids and baby shoes were $10. They allowed 20 pairs max per person. If you found a half pair and were interested in finding the other half, they had an area where you could bring it and they'd check to see if they had other half. They also didn't always have the same prints available in all sizes.
I ended up hitting the max after purchasing shoes for gifts and the family. For myself, off the top of my head I got black sequin, dark grey sequin, pink and black graffiti, black fingerprint, purple fingerprint, grey shimmer, blackened gold canvas, and green camo. For others I got purple plaid flannel, black grommet, grey corduroy, skull and crossbones on black, and blue pinstripe.
There were no boxes but they did give out free dustbags for each pair. All in all, it was worth the trip. If I had gone on Friday or Saturday, it probably would have taken me at least 4 hours but it might have been worth it if the selection was better.