My ER subscription must have run out. I haven't seen one for months, and the last one I could find was dated about 9 months ago. I don't remember getting any renewal notice, and mine came in the envelope, so there is no address label on the magazines to refer back to for the subscription info. They used to always send a renewal notice in the mail and sometimes even a SASE to use to send your renewal in, but I guess they have gone like the AWA Bulletin, where you don't get any notice and it's up to the subscriber to keep track of the expiration date yourself. That's why I dropped my subscription to AWA; it had expired and I totally forgot about it and let it slip for almost a year, and never bothered to renew after that. They could at least attach or stamp an expiration notice in the final issue of a subscription. Have there been any articles over the past 8-9 months that anyone might think would make it worth ordering back issues? I'll probably re-subscribe, although the absence of any kind of conspicuous renewal notice irritates me. If there is anything worthwhile to me in any of the missed issues, I would probably order them, but otherwise that just leaves more empty shelf space for other stuff. I'm uninterested in vintage SSB, novelty QRP transmitters or modification/restoration of 1960s-era rigs like Elmacs, Vikings or Heathkits, but pre-1960 radio history, photos of interesting amateur or commercial stations, unusual components or equipment, and heavy metal tips might be worthwhile.