Solvers are given an elaborate Venn diagram. Some regions are populated; others are flagged with question marks; all are unlabeled. Solvers must deduce the constraints on each region (see below) and determine which of each of 11 additional names belongs in each question-mark region. Once those names are placed, the question is, how many overlapping regions does each of the 11 lie within? Taking the number-of-regionth letter of each of the names placed, in the order in which the names are presented, gives FEZ OR TRILBY, cluing HAT.