Unafraid of the other dogs, and quite pleasant to the judge. Just a little workmanlike, rather than thrilled to be there.
thecoughlin is handling him for me, and she did a wonderful job. batwrangler took many photos, which I will ask her to link in comments when they are ready.
Because a couple of people have asked, the rules by which a conformation championship is awarded are as follows:
Most dogs in competition at conformation shows are competing for points toward their AKC championships. It takes fifteen points, including two majors (wins of three, four or five points) awarded by at least three different judges, to become an American Kennel Club "Champion of Record."
The number of championship points awarded at a show depends on the number of males ("dogs") and females ("bitches") of the breed actually in competition. The larger the entry, the greater the number of points a male or a female can win. The maximum number of points awarded to a dog at any show is 5 points.
(from the American Kennel Club web page)