From my experience from Comic-Con, there's nothing better than the feeling of being recognized for your work. None of us are anything close to celebrities, so it's not like we're bombarded with people knowing who we are. That interaction makes our day. I'm more than happy to take a picture, tweet, do a quick video, etc.
That being said, it's a little harder to recognize one of us in real life. I do tend to travel a lot, and we haven't had our real faces on camera long enough to make it stick just yet.
One thing about Eljay's mask is that he doesn't wear it out often in public (for obvious reasons). so recognizing him outside of hearing his voice might be a little weird. Honestly, I thought that Var's voice sounded different in real life, and he said mine was also completely different too.
However, I do have a TTV hat now that I tend to wear quite frequently. I'd say that if you saw anyone wearing our memorabilia that looks like us, it's a safe bet that they are us. Or, in the very least, they know of us and that can make that interaction much less awkward. Same goes for our t-shirts once they come out. That'd be the best way to spot anyone besides Eljay.