I recently happened across some software that described itself as a "digital hunting logbook". I thought it sounded kind of cool. Of course, like everything else on the interent, it costs money....please send $24.99 to blah, blah, blah. So I've been entertaining the idea of building a database in Microsoft Access to track sightings & kills, with data showing weather, time, location, moon phase etc. It would be searchable to return sorted information comparing relevant information. (e.g. Location and # of Bucks seen before 9am with a NW wind) If you were to use a program like this, what kind of features would you find useful?