Just to add my voice to the chorus of compliments for Joey Tuccio and the Stage 32/Happy Writers pitching service. I've done a handful so far, with more on the way, and each one has resulted in a script request. As someone who actually doesn't mind the in-person creative chaos that is a pitchfest, I still think these Skype/phone pitches are a great way to keep pitching during all the other months of the year, try out new scripts, etc. Once you get comfortable with the process, it's pretty low stress, and Joey really goes all out for the writers, which is a nice feeling. I hesitate to label pitching a complete "success story" until the script requests lead to something more, but it's definitely a great way to start!