Scroll down to view. It's only got, like, EVERYONE.

I like how Locke is in the center, the only one with his back turned. Probably because he's, like, not really himself anymore.

Also interesting: all the apparent hieroglyphs amid the lettering.

Help me fill in the who's-who from L to R…

Here's who I see:  Daniel, Boone, Miles, Michael, Ilana?, Charlotte, Shannon, Desmond, Mr. Eko!, Kate, Jack, Sawyer, Locke, Ben, Sayid, (no clue)???, Sun, Jin, Claire, Hurley, Juliet, Charlie, Frank Lapidus???,  Bernard, Rose. (Really blowing a gasket trying to remember who the woman between Sayid and Sun is)

Interesting to be seeing: Michael, Boone, Shannon, Eko, Charlie, Charlotte, Juliet.

Interesting to NOT be seeing (if indeed we aren't): Walt, Penny, Charles Widmore, Mrs. Hawking (Faraday's mom), Ana Lucia, Libby, Cindy the stewardess, Christian, Jacob, Jacob's Nemesis...

This blogger sees a slightly different lineup from me. I can go with the mystery woman b/t Sayid & Sun being Penny, even though it's not a spitting image and I'm left wondering why she's separated from Desmond (Sun is not separated from Jin. Come to think of it, Kate is next to Jack and not Sawyer; is that a relationship clue?). I'm still sticking with that being Ilana rather than Ana Lucia, though. Ilana is shaping up as an important and intriguing character. Also not sure I can go with the person 4th from right being Walt, even though this gets my hopes up. If it IS Walt, then I'm intrigued by Lapidus being left off (while all his other Freighter Friends are present, and we know he's still on the island and important enough to be "a candidate").

Here's the possible SPOILER part...

What does it all mean?

Considering who is on the poster, and what other bloggers have reported from on-site shooting of several scenes, and how long-dead characters like Ian "Boone" Somerhalder have commented on returning, it looks and sounds like what we're going to see to start Season Six is something along the lines of:

Jack's assumption was right. Juliet detonated the bomb in 1977, bomb explodes Swan location, meaning "none of this ever happened," meaning Oceanic 815 lands normally at LAX in 2004 (and to be sure, the first episode of the season is titled "LAX"), nobody died, and characters go about their lives.  

What would be the point of all that? No telling. My guess is that if we do indeed start this way, we would soon see odd coincidences occurring. Character paths continuing to cross. Strange memories and/or senses of destiny. Things that prompt our beloved characters to realize they need to be somewhere else, or find the island... or something. Who knows. Like I said, it's just a guess.

But the poster's not. It's real. And it holds the promise of an excellent ultimate season.