For the record, I will be scoring a baby as a bump that is showing a center to where the zoa will open once fully developed. And a full, developed poly is considered anything that has opened up showing the skirt, disc, and mouth of the zoa, regardless of size. A small zoa poly will not be considered a baby. I will be scoring your submission based on the photos you submit so make sure you get the proper angles on your photo showing all mature and baby polys on all sides. It looks like this is going to be a tight race, I am excited to see who takes home the crown!