I'm not that old, only 62 next month. I'm not that blind, I wear bi-focals but can see pretty much everything I need to see and have no trouble reading newspapers. But I can't read Yachting Monthly text. It's now so ridiculously small that it blows across the page like grass-smoke, a blur of pale grey that stings the eyes and fogs the senses. Tiny sans-serif type like this is an art editing artifact. You can admire the page design from a distance but heaven forbid you're not supposed to read this stuff! I have been a journalist and magazine writer most of my life and so have my wife and three of my four children. My wife and I rail at this anti-human approach to lay-out; our kids love it. What do you lot think? Me, I'm on the point of cancelling my sub. What say, Paul?