I haven't seen one in a long time. My next door neighbor has an unsolicitied month long free trial, and he brought it over to me today to see if I woud be interested in it. It isn't delivered by the paper boy, it came in the US mail. I was surprised to see that it is today's paper, considering that it is mailed I would have assumed it would always be a day late. I've noticed some changes since the last time I read it back in the 80's - early 90's. First of all, they are using very cheap newsprint, I can almost see through it. Secondly, it is more expensive now than the WSJ, it used to be cheaper. Thirdly, they have organized their stock tables by sector instead of exchange like they used to. They still have plenty of those odd looking, poorly scaled charts. The journalistic writing is still as poor as I remember it. The stories read more like a lecture than a report. I remember walking by a IBD vending machine in front of a drugstore many years ago and noticing that they had a Saturday paper. Back then the WSJ did not have a Saturday edition, so I thought to myself that the IBD just may overtake the WSJ someday, I was certainly wrong about that. Does anybody here subscribe to the print edition? How do you like it? I subscribe to the WSJ print newspaper and I love it. I really couldn't see myself reading this IBD paper everyday. I wish that the WSJ would go back to full stock tables like they used to have, but that will never happen considering the savings they get by not printing them. And that begs the question, why does the IBD still run full stock tables? They must be the only paper in the world that does it. I wonder how much longer the IBD can hold on. All print media, not just newspapers, are losing to the internet. I just read today that Time Warner is agonizing over keeping Time. I don't think that the death of print media is a good thing, it's simply the reality.