Hi all, Hoping this isn't considered in poor taste. If it matters, this is a voluntary effort, a way for me to share with the community, have the floor for a while, sharpen my public speaking skils. The public library here in Clyde OH (there's only one) hosts a series of travel lectures over the winter, typically on Thursday nights. February 28th at 7:00 PM, I'll be there speaking on Route 66, the trip my son and I took this past July. I'll discuss 66 history, our trip, show a photo slideshow (well, with computer doing the projecting), and share pointers on researching a 66 trip of your own. In addition, there will be an exhibit of several (6-7) matted / framed copies of my panoramic photos, taken along Route 66 this past July. The photos are about 2'-3' long, about 6"-8" tall, covering from 120d of rotation up to 360d of rotation. The photo exhibit will be up from about 12-FEB-2008 or so, for about a month. The photos are meant as a teaser for the talk, to drum up interest. Guesstimating that a bit over half the 600 images I shot on that trip were with the swing-lens panoramic cameras, and guesstimating again that I can probably put up about 60-100 high quality photos for the slideshow. The above 66 info will be relevant to anybody who's planning a 4-wheel or 2-wheel trip down Route 66, or who likes panoramic photography. So if anybody's local and interested, hope to see you there.