ARRL is our national society that has acted as our advocate and representative to our government for many decades. They have their place in the ham universe that is much bigger than any ham radio website. Apples and Oranges indeed! Having said that, I also think that QRZ in particular, really serves the ham radio community well as a gathering place where we can exchange views on whatever ham radio problem is bugging us. QRZ also provides a data base where we can store our logs, and let's not forget QRZ's initial reason for existence: call sign look-up. Started as an actual book and has morphed into what it is today: the best, most accurate ham radio look up in existence... I support both ARRL and QRZ and will do so into the foreseeable future. Each of them has value in their own way and it is not an either - or situation, at least not for me.