I'm afraid not. I tried mapping the sites in Google Earth but lost interest upon discovering that point/radius mapping is only available in the Pro version ($400/yr). In line with RR, I wanted to map by application boundaries (e.g., county or precinct), not by tower and range. To do this, you really need to be able to drop circles onto the map, move 'em around and resize as necessary. I tried this with GIFs to indicate a 30-mile circle, for example, but it was a nightmare. It'd be easier to create a web applet with the Google Maps API, as RR has apparently done.spanner said:Do you have that file in a google earth format?