There is no way we can display that information publicly, unless we allow folks into the control panel. You know well that is not happening. I have not the energy to slog through those pages an compile them. Anyone logged in can certainly view the profiles of new members, or the member roster itself. These numbers may indeed correlate, but I and others reading are still waiting to see the connection inferred, as to the hobby waning as well. This you have not done, other than via personal opinion. Still waiting for this to translate as proof of the hobby declining. Again, the advent of electronics as a substitute and evolution, for both information and acquisition of supplies. Somehow this does not enter your discussion. It is very much where we are today. For me to supply data is not even needed. I doubt there are many left amongst us unaware of eTailing, eZines, etc. If these figures are drawn from the small return via their many surveys, a statistician could possibly find them interesting, but no more. The percent who answer is too small to prove significance. And as I said previously, age does not matter. What counts is that anyone is getting aboard with us. Yes, it would be great to see everyone start young and remain. That simply is not going to happen. Thank you for your advice. Let me offer mine- Please choose words and sentence construction carefully, thoughtfully. Then there can be no misunderstanding. So are you. Still waiting for these from you, beyond outdated magazine numbers of an archaic medium, as related to what is happening in June of 2013.