I used to regularly go to Barnes & Noble and peruse their guitar magazines, find the ones with articles I wanted to read and purchase them. I would usually get Guitar World, and to a lesser extent, Guitar Player. Every once in a while, I'd pick up Premier Guitar or Vintage Guitar. On the rare occasion that there was a magazine devoted to a particular player or band that I like, I'd get that, too. Now that I have MLP, I haven't bought a guitar magazine in over a year. I did buy a Rolling Stone magazine dedicated to Led Zeppelin (oh, the irony!) at the airport to read on a flight, but finished the whole thing in about an hour and a half, and even left it on the plane for the next person. I get my gear reviews, album reviews, tour info and such from you guys! More than one person will usually have had experience with the gear, or the album, and to me, this is more practical than just one guy who essentially is getting paid to "review" the item; their review ends up being an advertisement for the manufacturer/band. So, do y'all still buy the magazines? And if you do, what are you looking for in them that this esteemed bunch of knuckleheads doesn't have to offer?