Great news! Nice to hear Southwest listened to what customers want, instead of deciding for them like so many other airlines.
The paper timetable is the ONLY way to decipher Southwest's huge and unwieldy point-to-point network. It's a great resource. I only wish it showed aircraft type on each route but hey, you can't have everything.
Once the schedules return, that will leave Southwest, Delta and (for the time being) AirTran as the only US carriers still offering a printed timetable. Meanwhile almost every other airline in existence (KLM, Aer Lingus, SAS and Varig notwithstanding) still has a paper schedule.