(Crash Override @ Jan. 26 2009,13:40)QUOTEIf (going from your website) this magazine is strictly non-profit but the printers sap-up all the funds received... why not publish it online for ~free and let everyone read it?Good question - not sure I've got a good answer for it. I suppose initially we all set out to produce a magazine rather than a website. I prefer having a CD or magazine to downloading an mp3 or a pdf - probably showing my age by admitting that! We wanted to produce something more tangible and less ephemeral that people could refer back to, read again, for example like we did with old Dr Who fanzines. As you'll see from the site, the price of the fanzine is kept low, as long as our costs are covered that's OK. If the printers don't get it, paypal and the post office mop up the rest. btw, the next issue has a feature on Star Fleet!