As some of you may know, for many years I lived in a small apartment in Manhattan. While I had a huge archive of audio magazines, it was totally inaccessible, stowed in various storage locations and boxes in the closet in random order. In my new place, I have a large basement that allows me to arrange my possessions properly, including several large empty bookcases. Today I finally tackled this project, pulling out all the magazines from various boxes and putting them in date order. So now, if someone says that component X was reviewed in the March, 2004 issue of Stereophile, I can just go down and find that issue in its proper place. I have complete runs of three magazines from the 90s: Fi, Ultimate Audio, and Listener. I've got FI and Ultimate Audio complete because I was a charter subscriber and kept receiving my issues until they went bust. Listener I didn't discover until around the tenth issue, and I diligently purchased all the back issues they had in stock. I found a few more at a classical record show in Pennsylvania, but I was still short two issues. Eventually, I ran into Art Dudley at some show and he generously gave me the two issues I was missing from his personal stash. For the mainstream magazines, I have The Absolute Sound from issue 29, which is when I first subscribed, to the current issue. For Stereophile, I have from March of 1997 to the current issue. I know I subscribed earlier than that, and I had a fair number of the digest-sized issues from when J Gordon Hold still ran the magazine, but so far they have not turned up. They may still be around somewhere.