Visited the Comedy Warehouse in Pleasure Island - all short-form (expected) and interesting to see how they deal with inebriated guest suggestions. Very nice technical sound set-up, using software-based sample playback on demand.
Also visited the SAK Comedy Lab to see their "Generation S" graduate show on 5/4/2005 - solid work (more short-form) with a few interesting exercises (forward/reverse, replay last scene, and the running theme being "Star Wars" with a napsack full of memorabilia being gifted to the winning team of 3. Super-spotless 150-seat theatre with full lighting and sound. Sharing space in the City of Orlando's Centroplex garage complex, with a full concession-area worthy of a movie theater, it's very odd to see such a large financial investment on a $300/course improv studio, compared with the normal state of affairs in Los Angeles.