Look guy/gal, I've been nothing BUT respectful and as I've already mentioned previously, this area is 15,000 acres all across south east Kansas and south west Missouri. I happen to be one of these "locals" your talking about, I pay taxes, purchase hunting and fishing licenses every year, pick up all trash I come into contact with and most of my time fishing and hiking is spent in these areas. So don't lecture me about stewardship and respect. All you have done on this thread is complain. You yourself even said "Use regions, geographic characteristics, etc." Well, as far as I can tell, that's all that has been done, unless of course, you consider a 15,000 acre, state owned, public hunting and fishing land to be a "spot". Of course, it's always possible that I am, in fact, the delusional one, but in this instance my feet are planted on the firm rich soil of reasoning and responsibility.