It was predictable, if only for the reason that it has happened before. The entry form for this competition, complete with the first coupon, has been printed on a page with editorial on the reverse. Not just any old article either, but one describing the progression of cameras made since AP was first published in 1884; something that camera buffs might just want to keep in its entirety. Are Roger Hicks' words so easily dismissed? What makes it worse is the essentially redundant flyer for the draw, printed on high quality card no less with the same wording on both sides, included with the magazine. Could not the entry form and voucher have been incorporated on this? It keeps the magazine intact and upsets neither readers nor advertisers. I know I would have found that much easier to keep track of during the next few weeks rather than a scrap of paper cut from the magazine. If AP follows form, the entry form will be reprinted during the competition's run, so can I request more considerate placement for these and the subsequent vouchers? Good issue, BTW, apart from this one peeve.