None at our house, a big ZERO. We live on a cul-de-sac and the kids do not bother comming up our street. Too bad as we had M&M candy bars. Oh well I will take them into work on Friday. I have to fly into St. Louis for meetings on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Thin jig saw blades, exacto knifes, drill bits, some dremel stuff too.
The key is to really scrap the inside of the pumpkin, sacrafice an old spoon and sharpen it up. Try to get the rind down to about 1/4".
Great fire works here tonite too, lasted about half hour and it didnt snow