I like the "greener" idea of the email/online version but certainly see the point of considering what impact it has on the overall economy of scale for production of the magazine and postage costs.
Ah, Canada Post and the wonders of the Canadian government and it's machinations. All new developments and sub-divisions have central post-box stations now but they are a constant source of complaint about being broken into and defacement so not that popular but it will happen to us all. At our home we receive 7 to 8 pieces of real mail a week and about 5-6 parcels (depending on how busy I am I tend to get bored and wander through the ebay aisles). Australian postage rates are just silly, I consider very carefully how badly I want a piece before I put out that kind of serious money. I recently bought a couple of armatures for $70 and paid $185 to ship the damn things.
Oh yes, back to the matter on discussion here, email copy would be fine for me if it works for the AOMCC.
'51 SQ4, '37 VH500 Red Hunter, '56 SQ4 (basket case), '49 Sq4 (basket case), '48 A7 BSA Twin, too many other BSA's, Norton's, Triumph's, Ducati's and Japanese to list. Just crazed is all my problem is.