Not much to report yet, except what attendees have been kind enough to mention in comments on my last couple of posts. The only things I've found are a quote on 2channel (from an English-language source I can't find) and one blog post from a Japanese attendee.
Aaya, Gotuuza-sama and Minorin (Hirano Aaya, Gotou Yuuko, and Chihara Minori) were asked where they saw themselves in ten years: "Hirano hopes to still be doing the work she loves, TV/seiyuu work and singing. Chihara feels the same, and adds that she might like to be a good wife by then. Goto says in English: 'I wanna be married.' (She also wants to keep working, but notes that she's a bit older than these two - hence the desire to be married.)"
Aaya was asked if she has a boyfriend, and she apparently said she didn't normally talk about her personal life. But then she added "no," with a smile.
Neither Minorin nor Aaya had much English, but Gotuuza-sama seemed pretty fluent. She went to college to become a translator before dropping out to go into the entertainment industry.
By the way, I did find a shot of a page from the Sabra magazine feature:
EDIT: Found a couple more mentions:
The Great Elk was amazed that the three women's voices actually did sound like that, and thought they were very, very cute. Worry vs. Donuts had a quote of the day: "Will you be my friend?" an attendee asked Aaya, after he was repeatedly told to sit down. Now I know what the comment about the questions being so bad meant, lol.
On her blog this morning, Aaya has a picture of a big bowl of clam chowder, commenting how enormous the serving is, that one bowl of soup would fill her. Welcome to America, Hirano-san.
The Japanese blog, now that I read it in detail, says that there is (was) an SOS-Dan autograph session at ten this morning, and there will be an SOS-Dan live performance tonight. The autograph session did not appear on the schedule of events posted on the web. The "SOS Brigade Invasion Tour" will be at 4:30.