Like many, I read both, and started reading Airliners about 6 years ago. It is disappointing, though, that, when John Wegg left to form Airways and Nicholas Veronico arrived, the technology behind each Airlines publication was shot to hell. Any look at an Airliners Magazine of a year ago will reveal many, many black and white pages, poor-quality photographs, NUMEROUS GRAMMATICAL ERRORS THAT ARE INSULTING, and an inferior typeface. Airways, in all those areas, has remained far superior, and while its content sometimes leaves something to be desired thematically, its layout and non-yeoman scientific approach is quite applaudable. Although airliner enthusiasts, as evidenced by Airliners, are not grammarians or computer graphics specialists and probably don't care like I do in my compulsion, I found Airliners deficient in very flagrant ways, and, with all due respect to Mr. Veronico, I look forward to Jon Proctor's revitalization of my first airline magazine.