Mr. Sullivan --- my comment about getting by without the Shoreliner was partly tongue-in-cheek. I am one of those crazy people who never discarded a railroad magazine and I bought my first in 1948 (I was only a child). Don't imagine I am sitting surrounded by magazines piled up to the ceiling and filling every square foot. My collection is neatly arranged in cabinets, book cases and drawers. I have nearly every Shoreliner, Along the Line, B&M Bulletin, Trains, Railroad Magazine, Model Railroader, RR Model Craftsman and many periodicals few know. Actually, they take up less space than you might think. And I know where to find what I need although my Railway Age collection is a bit mixed-up now (fortunately most are in bound volumes going back to 1896). In short, if today I started reading all day it would be years before I finished --- and I'm cursed by having new issues come in all the time. In other words, if there is a delay in the Shoreliner I'll not want for reading material even if the Shoreliner is one of the best.