Radio Shack, Best Buy, Wal-Mart even drug stores live CVS, Walgreens sell multi card readers and/or have the machines to extract the photos. You just need to be honest and say you'd rather spend your time there looking at cars and drinking than going and hunting down some card reader.
Most all of the pictures I took are things we've all already seen in the magazine and web coverage. lawfive, bigjim, JimmyH and I managed to get on the turntable and get a good look at the underside of the car, the rear diff and the paddle shifters. The paddle shifters are supposedly being redesigned after testers commented on accidentally hitting them while turning, and the massive body colored XM antenna on the roof is being reduced considerably before final production (this is a change on all '09s, not just the V).
I agree that the car looks far better in person than in pics- much more cohesive and well designed than the pictures (which can seem almost cartoonish at certain angles). The GM reps at the show were pretty cagey about certain bits of info, but apparently they are extremely happy with how the performance numbers stack up against the M5. I also wouldn't be surprised if the final SAE certified horsepower is a bit more than 550.
This is really the only "interesting" picture I've got (unless you count us mugging for the camera or lawfive laying on the ground under the car. ).