Anyone else go into Cahokia for the All-Star game yesterday? I was there in a Baron, and I thought the security a bit unusual. The TFR's and ramp security didn't seem out of the ordinary, but it was the first time I've seen the TSA out in conjunction with the FAA. They wanted to inspect the documents of every pilot that flew in. I've been around VIP ops before, and I've never seen anything like this. The FAA and TSA folks were polite and friendly, and helpful in making sure everyone was straight on the TFR's. I asked what they were going to do with the data, and this was the only time I felt that they were a little bristly with me, and was told that the regs allow them to require us to show them our docs etc. They were using the usual ramp check form, but AFAIK, no one's airplane was looked at. After our doc's were inspected we were given a little FAA/TSA souvenir card. I can understand the FAA wanting to hold RampCheckPalooza, but what's the deal with TSA? Anyway, is this how it is now, and I've just been missing out on all the fun?