I think we got it mostly right this year, and I thank Cheryl Morgan for going in and cleaning up formatting in places where I'd made a mistake and also fixing some of the small corrections that were sent out shortly after DisCon III first issued the announcements.
We did get a question shortly after the results were posted asking why DC3's slides and graphics used their own Hugo award trophy cartoon instead of the actual official Hugo Award logo. The answer is, "We don't know." The logo is freely available for download from the Hugo Awards web site and you don't need permission to use it to describe the Hugo Awards, and even if you did, Worldcon committees are obviously licensed to use WSFS's service marks. You'd have to ask DC3 about their design decisions.