Only every time I try to fold up my laptop and toss it in the glove box, it breaks. Mostly electronic guides are more up to date, but it's nice to have a paper version when you're traveling.JnglMassiv said:For what it's worth, I haven't had any need for a paper scanner guide for about 10 years.
Not true at all. I find that often when I pre program I have to do some reprogramming when I get to the local area and actually start listening. RR is very good, but it's not 100% accurate. Not all areas have local scanner sites, sometimes I find I have to reprogram on the fly once I've listened for a while.rdale said:With scanners holding 5000 frequencies or more - the ability to preprogram means you don't need to take the laptop or the book with you.
LarrySC said:Interesting replys. In my publication I include business and industrial. I include detail thats never found in databases. I have actually listed some police agencies "secret channel" exactly that way. It's often I include humor. I have a Daves Top Ten List from the Home Office. It's the mixture that keeps it alive. I do agree that this web site is the best source for info, BUT, its the extra detail that people pay for. 68 pages [small font] for 8.95 retail is a bargin anywhere. If you can hear it, its listed. Best Regards to all.