It looks like the ARRL is moving ahead with it's LOTW program. Upgrading to newer software that should decrease the time it takes to upload logs to the web site. I wonder if the ARRL in it's planning stages for this project, took into account the number of logs that would be downloaded to the site at any given time? From looking at the que time for downloads @ LOTW it looks like there are over 32,000 logs waiting to be downloaded to the FTP site. That is why it takes close to 11 days for your downloaded logs QSO information to show up on the web site. As LOTW becomes even more popular these numbers should be ever increasing, IMO. I'm not an IT guy, but 32,000 logs, containing mostly "text" information and not large graphic files should be able to be sent to the FTP site quicker then that. Can any IT gurus in the Forum here shed some light on the download speed attained in today's website World?